Inside the Lives of Nepal's Child Goddesses

The Kumari is not allowed to leave her residence except for holy festivals, and her feet can't touch the ground.
6:06 | 09/09/16

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In one chewable tablet. Try new duo fusion. From the makers of Zantac. ? ? ? ? ? The New Ford Escape. Life is a sport. We are the utility. Be unstoppable. Dog. Mom didn't want another dog. She said it's too much work. Lulu's hair just floats. Uhh Help me! (Doorbell) Mom, check this out. Wow. Swiffer Sweeper, and Dusters. This is what I'm talking about. Look at that. Sticks to this better than it sticks to Lulu. That's your hair Lulu! Mom, can we have another dog? (Laughing) Trap and lock up to 4x more dirt, dust and hair than the store brand

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