Five mild aftershocks have been recorded in Nepal in the last two days as the country was still reeling under the impact of the deadly temblor that struck two months ago and claimed nearly 9,000 lives.

An aftershock measuring magnitude 4 was recorded at 3.33 am on Wednesday with epicenter located at Sindhupalchowk district, near the Tibetan border.

Another aftershock measuring magnitude 4 was recorded at 9.12 am with epicenter located at Dolakha district, according to the National Seismological Centre.

Another mild tremor was felt yesterday of 4.4 magnitude at 3.31 am with epicenter located at Kavre district, 50 km east of Kathmandu.

In past two days a total of five aftershocks were recorded.

Two minor aftershocks were recorded in the interval of 7 minutes on Monday night. The first one with 4.1 on the Richter scale occurred at 11:27 pm while the second one with 4 magnitude was recorded at 11:34 pm. Both the aftershocks had Sindhupal chowk epicenter.

In total 335 numbers of aftershocks with 4 or more magnitude have been so far recorded after the devastating earthquake that rocked Nepal on April 25.