Source: BBC News
A 10-year-old girl who is worshipped as a living goddess in Nepal has had her title reinstated after defying tradition and visiting the US.
Temple authorities at her home town say that she will not be stripped of her title because she is willing shortly to undergo a "cleansing" ceremony.
Sajani Shakya was one of the three most-revered Kumaris, who are honoured by Hindus and Buddhists alike.
She was chosen after undergoing tests at the age of two.
Since then she has been expected to bless devotees and attend festivals until she reaches puberty.
But she provoked the ire of temple elders by travelling to the US.
Sajani returned from her visit to America on Wednesday. Correspondents say that she was "seemingly unaware" of the controversy.