A woman walks past rubble in Kathmandu Durbar Square. The square was badly damaged by the 7.8 Mag. earthquake on April 25, 2015.
A mother cries as she watches the cremation of her child at Pashupati temple in Kathmandu days after the earthquake.
A woman begs a faith healer to heal her chronic stomach pains. Many people flocked to faith healers in the area after the earthquake.
Rajan Giri traveled by bus for over a day looking for a hospital able to treat his injuries after a staircase fell on him during the earthquake.
A Sadhu, holy men in Hinduism, relaxes by a window in an ashram in Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu.
A cremator prepares for a cremation at Pashupati temple. The temple had to run 24/7 to keep up with demand after the earthquake.
A man, who wished to remain nameless, sifts through ashes between cremations in search of coins and gold teeth at Pashupati temple.
A group of young monks wait for traffic on their way to Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu.
The Indian army donated helicopters and manpower to aid in search and rescue efforts after the earthquake.
Members of the Kunde Community Club replace prayer flags on a damaged stupa outside of town. The stupa was carried from Tibet.
Guru Charok Lama walks on the outskirts of his hometown, Thame. The town was almost completely destroyed by the earthquake.
Monks from the Kopan Monastery fill bags with Daal to prepare for donations to the locals in Thame and the surrounding villages.
A group of kids watch an approaching helicopter, which delivered over $50,000 in food donations to the area from Kopan monastery.
Lhakputi lives in a borrowed tent after she lost her son on Everest and her home in the earthquake, leaving her alone with her yak.
A Lama performs a funeral puja for Phuri Sherpa, who died after two weeks in a coma after the earthquake.
A woman sells prayer candles outside Boudhanath temple in Kathmandu.
Monks from Kunde Gompa walk across a recent landslide outside Kunde and Khumjung villages during a fertility Puja for good crops.
Villagers work to demolish a home damaged in the earthquake. Demolition and construction are done entirely by hand.
A group of workers drink Omeecha (Milk Tea) as they take a break during demolition of a home damaged by the earthquake.
Villagers from Thame and surrounding villages wait for their turn to collect food donations from Kopan Monastery.