Basantapur

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Title

Basantapur

Subject

Kathmandu Dubar(Royal Palace) Square: A UNESCO HERITAGE SITE

Description

Visitors and locals both on an evening stroll, in Basantapur ( Kathmandu Dubar Square) alongside an old statue of Lion. Lion Statues (also known as Simha-Mukha Murti) are mostly found in the architecture of the Durbar Squares found around the Kathmandu Valley. They are mostly found in the entrances and are considered as guardians and protectors. Apart from that, the lions also have the symbolically connected to Royalty or Royal Authority.

Creator

Bibhushana Poudyal

Source

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Publisher

Bibhushana Poudyal

Date

2/5/2017

Contributor

Photo and Title: Bibhushana Poudyal
Metadata: Anil Ghimire

Rights

All rights reserved to Bibhushana Poudyal

Format

mage/jpg

Language

en

Type

Still Image

Original Format

photo

Citation

Bibhushana Poudyal, “Basantapur,” accessed February 3, 2023, http://cassacda.com/items/show/474.

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