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2017-08-21T09:41:46.607Z

Birsera Malai - Adrian Pradhan https://youtu.be/VQhPPrO9Xzs
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2015-04-06T06:55:29.902Z

Taudaha Lake

'Ta' means snake and 'daha' means lake in Newari Language. This Lake lies in Kirtipur, Nepal. The Taudaha Lake is believed to be a remnant pool of the huge lake that once existed where now the city of Kathmandu sits. According to mythology, a Buddhist mythical character Manjushree cut the hill in the valley's south, allowing the lake's water to drain off, thereby creating land that was duly occupied by people. Folklore suggests that
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Mandala Network posted an update
2015-04-05T06:16:07.266Z

Budhanilkantha Temple

Budhanilkantha literally means Old blue throat. This Temple is located at the base of Shivapuri Hill of Kathmandu. It is often called as Narayanthan Temple. It is a deity of Lord Bishnu. The idol itself is about five meters lying in the bed of snakes. His four hands hold the four symbols of Vishnu, the Shankha as conch shell, Chakra as disc,Gadha as club and Padma as lotus flower. It was built somewhere in the
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Mandala Network posted an update
2015-04-02T08:22:10.085Z

The Mahabouddha Temple

The temple of Mahabouddha is a masterpiece of terracotta.Like the Krishna Mandir it too reveals an art tradition which was not evolved in Nepal. Yet like Krishna Mandir it also does show that the native craftsmanship of the Nepalese can do proper justice to any art form. It is sometimes described as the temple of million Buddhas because its every brick contains a fine figure of the Buddha. They add up to the astonishing total of nine thousands. It was leveled to the ground in the great earthquake of 1935 and was exactly rebuilt to the original specification, proving thereby that temple craft is still one of the living arts of Nepal.
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Mandala Network posted an update
2015-04-02T08:10:46.144Z

Just a short walk from the Patan Durbar square, the Rudhavarna Mahavihara is an interesting detour. This temple has been modified with addiction in different periods, but the original old struts at right and left sides, female figurines with less decoration defines the fine architecture in Nepal. The courtyard of the temple is a show of different skills, a milestone of styles, stones and metal work crowded with dragons, elephants, lizards and Snakes 'nagas' and complicated mythologycal creatures, mixed with deities and flowered branches. The surrounding is incredibly pleasant. Also a statue of a dignified noble man wearing the Rana's uniform and crown is the silent withness of all this chaos.
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