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    City and Kathmandu

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    Kathmandu‚ the capital of Nepal is the place I call my hometown. With many cultural heritages‚ natural beauties and diverse culture‚ its is a city where one can experience the modern and ancient events mingled with each other. Geographically situated between 27°38’32” to 27°45’7” North latitudes and 85°16’5” to 85°22’32” East longitudes. It is believed to have some of the oldest human settlements in the central Himalayas. The city area is generally flat‚ what is now a city was once a highly productive

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    DHARAHARA (BHIMSEN TOWER) - KATHMANDU By Keinisha Class VIII A General Information •Status - Destroyed by earthquake 2015 •Location - Kathmandu‚ Nepal •Coordinates - 27°42′03″N 85°18′43″E •Completed - 1832 (1832) Unknown •Destroyed – 1) 15 January 1934 (1934 earthquake) •2) 25 April 2015 (2015-0425) (2015 earthquake; a 10metre-tall (33 ft) stump of the base remains Dharahara     Dharahara is also known as the Bhimsen Tower. It is 203 ft. (61.88 m) tall. It was built in 1832 by Mukhtiyar

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    Introduction to Kathmandu Durbar Square Kathmandu Durbar Square ( "UNESCO World Heritage Site") also known as Hanuman Dhoka square is one of the major attractions in Kathmandu Valley. Most of the cultural centers of Nepal are concentrated around the Kathmandu valley; among those cultural sites‚ the important one is the Hanuman-dhoka Durbar Square. The name Hanuman-dhoka Durbar came from the statue of Hanuman established by the King Pratap Malla at the entrance of the royal palace in 1672 A.D. Storeyed

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    2012). Weaknesses * The distribution centre was re-located to Christchurch (location versus earthquakes?) (www.stuff.co.nz). Centre was build to earthquake standards but nevertheless a real risky factor. www.stuff.co.nz/the.../Kathmandu-officially-opens-new-Chch-centre * The shift in the weather i.e the winter is slow in coming hence sales for winter clothing may drop. www.climatechange.govt.nz/ (www.climatechange.govt.nz/physical-impacts-and-adaptation/) (Retrieved 19 March

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    briefly stated History of Newars. Jyapus were the first settlers of Kathmandu valley. They were the descendants of the Gopal Vanshas / ‎Krishna Vanshas. They have been important part of the Newari community‚ and in those days‚ they were represented as the farmers of high skill and physical strength. Originally‚ Jyapus were at first Aryans who came down to the valley. Out of 621 castes‚ 411 castes belong to this community. Kathmandu Valley witnessed its first King‚ Bhuktaman‚ from the descendants of

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    1) Visit the thamel.com‚ shop.muncha.com. Compare the product/service offerings and online customer experience available on the site. Thamel.com is an ecommerce business to customer model operating in Nepal with a motive of providing services to millions of diaspora families living abroad and connects them with their friends and families in their home country. also known as ”The Dot Com Company “‚ it started its operation in the year 2000.it has been recognized as one of the successful ecommerce

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    2005 he dismissed the Prime minister and dissolved the popularly elected Parliament. Events during the popular revolt: All the political parties in the parliament formed an alliance--Seven party alliance--SPA and called for four day strike in Kathmandu‚ the capital of Nepal. 2. The protests turned into indefinite strike in which Maoist and various organisations joined hands. 3.People defied curfews and took to streets. 4.More than lakhs of people gathered almost everyday to demand retoration

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    Mushroom Farming

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    interestingly these days there is growing trend on consumption of mushroom because of its healthy benefits of very low cholesterol‚ low calorie and its fine taste. The annual mushroom production is estimated at more than 233.4 Mt. for 2061/62 in Kathmandu valley. Due to their high market value‚ the fresh local produce fetches around Rs. 100 – 150 / kg. From the trends of past years‚ the demand and consumption of mushrooms is expected to continue increasing. At present‚ Oyster and Button mushroom are

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    the mountains‚ dipped into Kathmandu valley landing on a cow grazing field. That field‚ Gaucharan‚ is now the site of Nepal’s only international airport. In April of ’49‚ a single engine (seated) vintage Bonanza aircraft of Indian Ambassador Mr. Sarjeet Singh Mahatahia landed at Gaucharan and thus heralded the beginning of aviation in Nepal. Himalayan aviation Douglas DC-3(VT-DCE) Dakota aircraft started three flights a week scheduled flights between Patna and Kathmandu. Another Dakota VT-CBC brought

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    Nepal Earthquake

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    missing.[15][16] Hundreds of thousands of people were made homeless with entire villages flattened‚[15][17][18] across many districts of the country. Centuries-old buildings were destroyed at UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley‚ including some at the Kathmandu Durbar Square‚ the Patan Durbar Squar‚ the Bhaktapur Durbar Square‚ the Changu Narayan Temple and the SwayambhunathStupa. Geophysicists and other experts had warned for decades that Nepal was vulnerable to a deadly earthquake

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