In Nepal, Living Goddesses go to school... Any sightseeing of the Kathmandu city includes a moment to see the Living Goddess. In fact there is not "one" but "many" Living Goddesses whose most famous is the one of Kathmandu who was the royal Goddess. Then, much more rarely we see the one of Patan and last, we visit the one of Badgaon. But there are many more, almost all the small cities have their own. Visitors' astonishment is of course huge and often gets pessimistic then negative about the destiny of those small girls. When in the West, kids of twelve are flirting around and have a huge freedom for their age, here in Nepal a Living Goddess of the same age is just coming out from a period of seven to eight years of divine representation and is now thrown into the daily life without training, unfit for an even much more materialistic future than one could imagine. To this day, the tradition of the Kumari, Living Goddess, representing the strength of the feminine virgin has survived. The Maoist period which left marks on the Nepal History those ten last years, put back its existence into question and contesting the meager pension allowed to her, during the regal period and now by the republican government. This tiny country officially peopled by twenty eight millions with minimum eight millions of their folk people in India is swaying between the twenty first century and the middle ages. The antique tradition of a virgin goddess is totally in the news here in Nepal, only country in the world to make it alive still. Time is passing and the evolution is nevertheless setting in. The Supreme Court has ordered a compulsory education for the Goddesses. The Patan Goddess studies during the week but since she cannot go to school, a preceptor paid by her family comes home to teach her the subjects that others are learning in a class room. It is the same for her homologues of Kathmandu and Badgaon... There are of course opposition to her Living Goddess function... A lady lawyer (to be a lady lawyer in Nepal is not so common) points out that the obsolete role of the Goddess is a kind of slavery... but for the Newari people of the Valley and other ethnics, her existence is a comfort in a context of a very difficult life, before, during and after the incoming of the Maoists. The cult of the feminine power has been active in number of the world societies since the high Antiquity and has even plaid an important role in the Mediterranean civilizations and Asia Minor. In the 3rd millennium. B.C, the archeological testimonies of the famous cities of Mohenjo Daro and Harappa proved its existence in the Indian Subcontinent where the feminine energy is divinized and still object of veneration, but it is in Nepal that this cult is still alive in an intense fashion under an anthropomorphic shape.