©NARENDRA SHRESTHA/EPA/MAXPPP - epa07307962 A Buddhist nun attends the last day of the Drubchen Puja at Nagi Gumba, Monastry in Shivapuri National park, outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal, early 22 January 2019. Hundreds of Buddhist followers from across the country and outside Nepal gather at the monastery premises to receive blessings from Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher and meditation master, along with other Rinpoche as they believe that their all sins, bad luck and diseases will be cured. Annually during mid-January, nuns and monks conduct Drubchen mass worshipping for eight nights and nine days continuously at Nagi Gumba starting this year from 14 January 2019. Nagi Gumba is a monastery in Shivapuri National Park exclusively run by nuns. During this mass worshipping, the nuns and monks worship for a long life and for the peace of deceased nuns and monks who are believed to turn into birds and animals in next life.