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  • Legendary Singer Jayananda Lama & Pashupati Sharma On SaReGaMaPa
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  • Nepali architecture or Nepalese architecture is a unique strain of art and practicality. Situated in between the trade routes of India, Tibet and China, Nepali architecture reflects influences from both these cultural strongholds. The pagoda architectural tradition figures prominently among Hindu temples in the country. The pagoda architectural tradition as well, along with the Tibetan tradition of Buddhist architecture and the stupa in contrast is widely used among Buddhist temples throughout the country. Mugal style, summit style, dome style also have great scope in Nepal.

    The pagoda style: the pagoda is a multi-tiered temple with multiple roof. This style is the oldest in the Asia continent and derives its shape from Himalayan fir trees. The ground floor is the place to worship the deity and upper floors can be used as storage of God's property. There is gajura at the top which is the combination of lotus base, an upside-down vase, a triangle and a kalasha. Historical facts tell us that the pagoda style was introduced in Nepal from the beginning of the thirteenth century. It is believed that Araniko and his friends were expert in constructing pagoda-style building. They spread the Pagoda style in Tibet and China as well by constructing Many beautiful building. Though not with us today, Magriha of Madhav, Kailashkut Bhawan of Amshuvarma, and Bhadradiwas Bhawan of Narendradev were the masterpiece of pagoda style. Similarly, the temple of Pashupatinath, Temple of Changunarayan, and temple of Chandeshwori, Banepa are the excellent examples of ancient architecture constructed mainly in pagoda style. Similarly, the Malla period was also very famous in construction of pagoda-style temples and palaces. Nayatapola, Dattatraya of Bhaktapur, Kasthamandap of Kathmandu, Taleju Temple, Vajrabarahi, Vajrayogini are some examples of pagoda style temples and building of the Malla Period.The malla kings also helped greatly for the architecture of Nepal.
    Nepali architecture or Nepalese architecture is a unique strain of art and practicality. Situated in between the trade routes of India, Tibet and China, Nepali architecture reflects influences from both these cultural strongholds. The pagoda architectural tradition figures prominently among Hindu temples in the country. The pagoda architectural tradition as well, along with the Tibetan tradition of Buddhist architecture and the stupa in contrast is widely used among Buddhist temples throughout the country. Mugal style, summit style, dome style also have great scope in Nepal. The pagoda style: the pagoda is a multi-tiered temple with multiple roof. This style is the oldest in the Asia continent and derives its shape from Himalayan fir trees. The ground floor is the place to worship the deity and upper floors can be used as storage of God's property. There is gajura at the top which is the combination of lotus base, an upside-down vase, a triangle and a kalasha. Historical facts tell us that the pagoda style was introduced in Nepal from the beginning of the thirteenth century. It is believed that Araniko and his friends were expert in constructing pagoda-style building. They spread the Pagoda style in Tibet and China as well by constructing Many beautiful building. Though not with us today, Magriha of Madhav, Kailashkut Bhawan of Amshuvarma, and Bhadradiwas Bhawan of Narendradev were the masterpiece of pagoda style. Similarly, the temple of Pashupatinath, Temple of Changunarayan, and temple of Chandeshwori, Banepa are the excellent examples of ancient architecture constructed mainly in pagoda style. Similarly, the Malla period was also very famous in construction of pagoda-style temples and palaces. Nayatapola, Dattatraya of Bhaktapur, Kasthamandap of Kathmandu, Taleju Temple, Vajrabarahi, Vajrayogini are some examples of pagoda style temples and building of the Malla Period.The malla kings also helped greatly for the architecture of Nepal.
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  • After Harsha Deva, Shivadeva the third ruled from 1099 to 1126 CE. He was a brave and powerful king. He founded the town of Kirtipur and roofed the temple of Pashupatinath with gold. He introduced twenty-five paisa coins. He also constructed wells, canals, and tanks at different places.
    After Harsha Deva, Shivadeva the third ruled from 1099 to 1126 CE. He was a brave and powerful king. He founded the town of Kirtipur and roofed the temple of Pashupatinath with gold. He introduced twenty-five paisa coins. He also constructed wells, canals, and tanks at different places.
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  • During his rule, a big wooden house was built out of one single tree which was called 'Kasthamandapa', from which the name of the capital, 'Kathmandu', is derived. Gunakama Deva founded a town called Kantipur, the modern Kathmandu. It was also Gunakama Deva who started the 'Indra Jatra' festival. He repaired the temple that lies to the northern part of the temple of Pashupatinath. He introduced Krishna Jatra and Lakhe Jatra as well. He also performed Kotihoma.
    During his rule, a big wooden house was built out of one single tree which was called 'Kasthamandapa', from which the name of the capital, 'Kathmandu', is derived. Gunakama Deva founded a town called Kantipur, the modern Kathmandu. It was also Gunakama Deva who started the 'Indra Jatra' festival. He repaired the temple that lies to the northern part of the temple of Pashupatinath. He introduced Krishna Jatra and Lakhe Jatra as well. He also performed Kotihoma.
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