Fresh tremors shook Nepal on Tuesday, months after the devastating 7.8 magnitude quake left more than 8,500 people dead in April.
Tremors were felt in the Kathmandu valley, as per reports.
The quake struck at about 10.45 am local time on Tuesday, measuring 4.3 on the Richter scale, according to The Himalayan Times.
A 4.9 quake was reported in Nepal on Monday as well, said to be aftershocks from the 25 April earthquake.
The quake comes a day after a 5.7 magnitude earthquake jolted Afghanistan, sending tremors as far as Pakistan and India,
The residents in Delhi and Sringar felt strong tremors on Monday.
As many as 375 aftershocks measuring over 4 on the Richter scale have bee recorded since the Nepal earthquake.
Scientists have warned that Nepal and India may face another major earthquake any time, as the 25 April quake did not release all of the seismic energy built up under the Himalayan thrust fault.
Big aftershock again in Kathmandu. . .
— A Human Shiva (@nepalsocialtour) August 11, 2015
Big aftershock again in Kathmandu. . . — A Human Shiva (@nepalsocialtour) August 11, 2015