Stories Tagged 'Kasthamandap'
A psychedelic drone pierces through ancient Kasthamandap and out into Basantapur Durbar Square. From amidst long-haired, droopy-eyed hippies swaying wildly in the haze of hashish smoke, teenaged Zeenat Aman twirls her body to the hypnotic ‘Dum Maro Dum’—an image and tune etched in the memories of generations to come.full story »
National Reconstruction Authority chief has said rebuilding work of heritage sites Rani Pokhari and Kasthamandap would start soon as the disputes between stakeholders have been resolved.full story »
Rebuilding of Kasthamandap Temple damaged by the earthquake on April 25, 2015 started on Monday. full story »
At their small office overlooking Kasthamandap, a group of young volunteers for the Campaign to Rebuild Kasthamandap are huddled in a circle, discussing the flurry of events that have taken place at the seventh century monument this week. full story »
Kathmandu Metropolitan City officials on Wednesday vandalised the bamboo structure set up to cover structures at the site of Kasthamandap, a monument that was destroyed during the Gorkha Earthquake of 2015.full story »
The iconic temple of Kasthamandap – from which Kathmandu derives its name—is one of the UNESCO world heritage monuments destroyed by the devastating earthquake on April 25.full story »