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These 20 Colorized Versions Of Old Nepali Pictures Will Change The Way You View Past

When we think of the history, the past, we tend to visualize a bland, black and white world. After all, most of the old pictures we come across have had a limited color palette. This makes the image seem more distant than it really is, making it harder for us to relate to it. And our imagination is left with the task of filling the past world with present colors. But thanks to recent technological leaps, you don’t have to strain your imagination anymore.

We used AI coloring apps to add color to old Nepali pictures. While not 100% accurate, these photos will give you a colorful glimpse of the monochromatic past and will surely change the way you view it.

Nepali Workers Installing Telephone Lines In 1959

5-Year Old King Tribhuvan Ascends To Throne In 1913  

Western Hippies Get Married With Eastern Rituals In Swayambhu, 1973

Gurung Girls From Gorkha Pose For A Photograph Before Going To School In 1984 

A Tamang Porter Stops For A Chilam Break In Rasuwa, 1976  

New Road: Always On The Move, Even In 1973 

Living The Golden Hippie Era To Its Fullest 

Back When Nepal Was A Hash Heaven With Its Own Garden Of Eden 

Woman Relaxes By The Bank Of A River In Pyan Gaun, Lalitpur  

What Sharp Dressed Men Looked Like In 1930s  

Jawaharlal Nehru In Conversation With B.P Koirala 

King Surendra Sits With Dhir Shamsher, Colonel Ramsey And Other Top-Level Officials In 1800s  

King Prithvi Bir Bikram Sits In The Middle With Bir Shamsher And His Family In 1901

People Of Jumla Wait In Anticipation For The King And Queen In 1970s 

And The Royal Family Doesn't Disappoint 

King Mahendra And Queen Ratna Meet Elvis Presley On The Set Of 1960s Movie G.I Blues 

17 Shamsher Brothers And Their Father Dhir Shamsher Rana In 1880s 

Tenzing Norgay And Edmund Hillary Honoured By King Tribhuvan After The Men Conquered Everest In 1953  

A Solemn And Studious 22-Year Old King Birendra, 5 Years Before He Was Crowned 

Somethings Never Change: Bhai Tika Ceremony In Kaski, 1973 

We hope this gives you a different perception of the past. And if you enjoyed scrolling through these pictures, make sure to give Yeti Yap a like for more of such content. 

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