• Kathmandu Durbar Square (Basantapur Darbar Kshetra) in front of the old royal palace of the former Kathmandu Kingdom is one of three Durbar (royal palace) Squares in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

    Several buildings in the Square collapsed due to a major earthquake on 25 April 2015. Durbar Square was surrounded with spectacular architecture and vividly showcases the skills of the Newar artists and craftsmen over several centuries. The Royal Palace was originally at Dattaraya square and was later moved to the Durbar square.[1]
    Kathmandu Durbar Square (Basantapur Darbar Kshetra) in front of the old royal palace of the former Kathmandu Kingdom is one of three Durbar (royal palace) Squares in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Several buildings in the Square collapsed due to a major earthquake on 25 April 2015. Durbar Square was surrounded with spectacular architecture and vividly showcases the skills of the Newar artists and craftsmen over several centuries. The Royal Palace was originally at Dattaraya square and was later moved to the Durbar square.[1]
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  • Mehrangarh Fort is Located at a height of 150 meters on a high hill of jodhpur. This beautiful fort was built by Rao Jodha. you can go by road from Jodhpur city. There are seven gates of this fort where visitors can see the marks made by cannon balls during the battle. Walmart Travels provide you Best Pink City Tour packages for Holidays with suitable prices and we have also Rajasthan heritage tour packages and also we have Premium Travel packages.
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    Mehrangarh Fort is Located at a height of 150 meters on a high hill of jodhpur. This beautiful fort was built by Rao Jodha. you can go by road from Jodhpur city. There are seven gates of this fort where visitors can see the marks made by cannon balls during the battle. Walmart Travels provide you Best Pink City Tour packages for Holidays with suitable prices and we have also Rajasthan heritage tour packages and also we have Premium Travel packages. https://bit.ly/2lZsTko #walmarttravels #indiatour #rajasthantour #mehrangarhfort
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  • History of the Brigade of Gurkhas

    Gurkhas have served the British Crown for almost 200 years. It is a rich heritage marked by excellence and sacrifice. The history of the Brigade from its inception during the early wars between the Honorable East India Company and city-state of Gorkha, through the early Afghan wars, the two World Wars, the almost continuous post-war conflicts to modern day Afghanistan are set out in the pages below.

    You can also find information about the origins of the Queen’s Gurkha Orderly Officers, the famous ‘Kukri’ (Gurkha knife) and the iconic ‘Queen’s Truncheon.
    History of the Brigade of Gurkhas Gurkhas have served the British Crown for almost 200 years. It is a rich heritage marked by excellence and sacrifice. The history of the Brigade from its inception during the early wars between the Honorable East India Company and city-state of Gorkha, through the early Afghan wars, the two World Wars, the almost continuous post-war conflicts to modern day Afghanistan are set out in the pages below. You can also find information about the origins of the Queen’s Gurkha Orderly Officers, the famous ‘Kukri’ (Gurkha knife) and the iconic ‘Queen’s Truncheon.
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  • producer/consumer relationship and created a pathway for small and large-scale community based economic and social development. Today, more than 150 years later, this heritage continues to affect the lives of millions of working people worldwide.
    producer/consumer relationship and created a pathway for small and large-scale community based economic and social development. Today, more than 150 years later, this heritage continues to affect the lives of millions of working people worldwide.
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  • The Butwal Hill Park, serving as a garden of heritage for the Gurung tribe (mainly businessmen) is the major tourist center in Butwal. Located out of the proper city limits in Deepnagar, this garden gives a magnificent view of the Butwal city as a whole. Along with the temples, there is a Chaitya Vihar, a number of mosques and churches which symbolize the unity of the community in Butwal.
    The Butwal Hill Park, serving as a garden of heritage for the Gurung tribe (mainly businessmen) is the major tourist center in Butwal. Located out of the proper city limits in Deepnagar, this garden gives a magnificent view of the Butwal city as a whole. Along with the temples, there is a Chaitya Vihar, a number of mosques and churches which symbolize the unity of the community in Butwal.
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  • s the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first
    s the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first
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  • valley was placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger because of uncontrolled urban development.
    valley was placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger because of uncontrolled urban development.
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  • historic and cultural importance, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. In 2003 the
    historic and cultural importance, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. In 2003 the
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  • ings such as Jitamitra Malla, King of Bhaktapur from 1673 to 1696 was noted in particular for his construction projects. In 1674, he built a Shikara-style Shiva temple with a gilded repousse mask of the God on each side in Bhaktapu. In 1682 he built, near the Durbar square, the two-storied Dharmasala Palace in which there is a golden Mahadeva.[16] The palace was used by royalty until 1769 and today is a museum and part of the World Heritage Site on Durbar Square. To the east of this he e
    ings such as Jitamitra Malla, King of Bhaktapur from 1673 to 1696 was noted in particular for his construction projects. In 1674, he built a Shikara-style Shiva temple with a gilded repousse mask of the God on each side in Bhaktapu. In 1682 he built, near the Durbar square, the two-storied Dharmasala Palace in which there is a golden Mahadeva.[16] The palace was used by royalty until 1769 and today is a museum and part of the World Heritage Site on Durbar Square. To the east of this he e
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  • heritage of Kathmandu by building pagodas, houses decorated with carved windows, exquisite open-air shrines and courtyards filled with brilliant sculptures. Kathmandu became a larger city and as observed by Father Giuseppe, a Capuchin missionary, in the 1760s, 'Catmandu' contained about 18,000 houses.[1] During the 14th century, the dynasty was threatened and Kathmandu was subject to many attacks by outside invaders. In 1312, the Khasa king Ripumalla lead a raid in the Kathmandu Valley and in 1345–46 Sultan Shams ud-din Ilyas of Bengal invaded the city,[15] and the Mughals left long lasting damage, destroying many earlier buildings and settlements wh
    heritage of Kathmandu by building pagodas, houses decorated with carved windows, exquisite open-air shrines and courtyards filled with brilliant sculptures. Kathmandu became a larger city and as observed by Father Giuseppe, a Capuchin missionary, in the 1760s, 'Catmandu' contained about 18,000 houses.[1] During the 14th century, the dynasty was threatened and Kathmandu was subject to many attacks by outside invaders. In 1312, the Khasa king Ripumalla lead a raid in the Kathmandu Valley and in 1345–46 Sultan Shams ud-din Ilyas of Bengal invaded the city,[15] and the Mughals left long lasting damage, destroying many earlier buildings and settlements wh
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  • Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarm
    Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarm
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  • Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the firs
    Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the firs
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  • Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas.

    During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
    Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas. During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
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  • Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas.

    During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
    Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas. During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
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  • Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas.

    During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
    Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas. During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
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  • Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas.

    During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
    Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas. During their 550 year rule, the Mallas built nu
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  • History Of Nepal
    Records mention the Gopalas and Mahishapalas believed to have been the earliest rulers with their capital at Matatirtha, the south-west corner of the Kathmandu Valley. From the 7th or 8th Century B.C. the Kirantis are said to have ruled the valley. Their famous King Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas.
    History Of Nepal Records mention the Gopalas and Mahishapalas believed to have been the earliest rulers with their capital at Matatirtha, the south-west corner of the Kathmandu Valley. From the 7th or 8th Century B.C. the Kirantis are said to have ruled the valley. Their famous King Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D. the Lichhavis arrived from northern India and overthrew the Kirantis. One of the legacies of the Lichhavis is the Changu Narayan Temple near Bhaktapur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Culture), which dates back to the 5th Century. In the early 7th Century, Amshuvarma, the first Thakuri king took over the throne from his father-in-law who was a Lichhavi. He married off his daughter Bhrikuti to the famous Tibetan King Tsong Tsen Gampo thus establishing good relations with Tibet. The Lichhavis brought art and architecture to the valley but the golden age of creativity arrived in 1200 A.D with the Mallas.
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  • Any chance to look at the world through another person's eye is an amazing thing. And visualizing anybody's imagination into reality is another great thing. We started working with this vision before 18 years. Our innovative & creative designs and continuous efforts made us the foremost company in the field of 3D Architectural Rendering. https://www.myheritage.com/site-591324051/cance
    Any chance to look at the world through another person's eye is an amazing thing. And visualizing anybody's imagination into reality is another great thing. We started working with this vision before 18 years. Our innovative & creative designs and continuous efforts made us the foremost company in the field of 3D Architectural Rendering. https://www.myheritage.com/site-591324051/cance
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  • मुक्तिनाथको दर्शन गर्नुस् । #esewa #esathi #mustang #nepal #heritage #likeus
    मुक्तिनाथको दर्शन गर्नुस् । #esewa #esathi #mustang #nepal #heritage #likeus
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  • The tune known as Hakpare was collected by frontman Amrit Gurung from a local traditional folk musician, Dille Damai a resident of Chainpur, Sankhuwasabha.

    Gurung had wandered through the eastern hills sometime in 2012. The walk that started from Kavre covered, Sindhuli, Ramechap, Okhaldunga, Khotang, Bhojpur Sankhuwasaha, Terathum and ended in Dhankuta. Encounter with Dille Damai was destined in Chainpur.

    The main objective of the trip was to follow the trail of his respected musicians Ramesh and Majul had done in 1969. It was a pleasant coincident to meet Dille Damai dai and other musicians during the trip. These traditional folk musicians are our heritage and preserve our rich folk culture.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=1kqgPJAp8Z0
    The tune known as Hakpare was collected by frontman Amrit Gurung from a local traditional folk musician, Dille Damai a resident of Chainpur, Sankhuwasabha. Gurung had wandered through the eastern hills sometime in 2012. The walk that started from Kavre covered, Sindhuli, Ramechap, Okhaldunga, Khotang, Bhojpur Sankhuwasaha, Terathum and ended in Dhankuta. Encounter with Dille Damai was destined in Chainpur. The main objective of the trip was to follow the trail of his respected musicians Ramesh and Majul had done in 1969. It was a pleasant coincident to meet Dille Damai dai and other musicians during the trip. These traditional folk musicians are our heritage and preserve our rich folk culture. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=23&v=1kqgPJAp8Z0
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