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Quake-damaged 71 heritages restored in Pashupati area


14 June 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Seventy-one heritages damaged by the 2015 April earthquake in the Pashupatinath area have been restored.

Executive Director of the Pashupati Area Development Trust, Dr Ghanshyam Khatiwada, said the rebuilding of other three structures is going on.

The area falls in the UNESCO World Heritage list. However, 16 heritages are still awaiting the rebuilding works to kick off.

The restored heritages are Jayabageshwori Temple, Mahasnanghar, Kulanand Jha Sattal, Guheshwori-based Seto Sattal, Lal Ganesh Temple, Amarakanteshwor Temple and so on.

Ninety heritages in Pashupati area were damaged by the quake. The reconstruction of the Bishworoop Temple is taking place under a multi-year contract.

Publish Date : 14 June 2023 13:45 PM

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