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30 Percent Progress in Kasthamandap Reconstruction

30 Percent Progress in Kasthamandap Reconstruction

30 Percent Progress in Kasthamandap Reconstruction-RSS, Nepalayatimes 30 Percent Progress in Kasthamandap Reconstruction Kathmandu – Thirty percent reconstruction of the historic Kasthamandap has been completed. The Kasthamandap Reconstruction Committee said the works are taking place in full-swing with the target of completing the reconstruction of the ground floor within mid-July. The construction is moving as per the schedule, committee chair …

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Kasthamandap Reconstruction Gains Momentum

30 Percent Progress in Kasthamandap Reconstruction

Nepalayatimes/Kasthamandap Reconstruction Gains MomentumKathmandu -The Kasthamandap Reconstruction Committee has stated that the reconstruction process of Kasthamandap was moving ahead in a very satisfactory pace. According to the Committee, so far 12 per cent of the reconstruction of this wooden structure has been completed. The works relating to the construction of first floor would be completed by the end of the …

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Agreement on Reconstruction of Kasthamandap

30 Percent Progress in Kasthamandap Reconstruction

Nepalayatimes   Kathmandu – An agreement has been signed between the Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) and Kasthamandap Reconstruction Committee to carry out the reconstruction of historic Kasthamandap soon. Joint-Secretary Rajeshwor Gyawali from KMC and Chairperson Rajesh Shakya representing the Committee signed the agreement in this regard Friday. Both the sides agreed to carry out the reconstruction as per the design …

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Quake-hit Kashthamandap reconstruction begins

  Kathmandu – The reconstruction works of quake-hit Kashthamandap began on Monday. The temple built during the 7th century was completely damaged in the ‘Gorkha Earthquake, 2015’. Chairman of Kashthamandap Reconstruction Committee and Province Assembly Member Rajesh Shakya marked the beginning of the reconstruction by offering Kshyamapooja. After an excavation from Durham University carried out some years ago, the historians …

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