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Jamuna Budhamgar just turned 19 years old.
She lost her husband and eight-month-old baby growing in her stomach due to the earthquake that happened a few days ago.
Bereaved of her husband and child, Jamuna continues to paint the walls of the hospital in Eksur.
Injured by the earthquake, she is currently undergoing treatment at Bheri Hospital in Nepalgunj.
The earthquake that occurred last Friday night in Jamuna of Bhargaon, Nalgarh Municipality-6 of Jajarkot made the world dark.
The pain of the earthquake victims seems to be the same. But Jamuna feels her pain much deeper than others.
It has been four days since she lost her husband and the growing baby in her womb.
In the past four days, Jamuna's senses have not returned completely.
The pain of losing her husband and her unborn child has kept her in the hospital bed.
Jamuna sometimes speaks well in Eksura and sometimes she doesn't. She speaks very little.
Seeing this condition of Jamuna, the mother Pavitra, who had come to take care of her, sometimes covered her face and cried so that her daughter would not know.
"We told the daughter that she did not have a baby after she regained consciousness. He knows.
But he keeps asking if my nanny is okay", said mother Pavitra, "she talks to herself alone.
Sometimes you speak well, sometimes you don't speak."
Even though her daughter, unconscious due to the pain of the earthquake, has regained consciousness, she is worried about her daughter when she sees that she is not talking.
Jamuna's mother Pavitra Khadka Magar and father Bhagiram reached Jajarkot from Saniveri rural municipality-9 Rukum West after hearing the news that her son-in-law Naveen Budha's house collapsed and died in the earthquake on Friday night.
Father Bhagiram said that Jamuna was unconscious when he reached home.
"We thought that we had lost our daughter along with our son-in-law.
Even if the baby in her stomach could not be saved, nothing would have happened to her daughter", he said, who was assigned to take care of Jamuna at Bheri Hospital.
Jamuna was brought from Jajarkot to Chaurzahari by a Nepalese army helicopter and from there to Nepalganj by ship and was admitted to Bheri Hospital on Sunday.
The dead baby inside the stomach has been taken out. Father Bhagiram said that the last rites of the child were performed at Masanghat in Nepalgunj.