63 heritages restored in Pashupati area

Himalaya Times
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Sixty-three heritages in the Pashupati Area World Heritage Site have been restored which were damaged by Gorkha earthquake in 2015.

Out of 90 structures that were damaged by the quake, 63 have been reconstructed and works are on progess to rebuild the remaining others, according to Pashupati Area Development Trust.

Jayabageshwori Temple, Jeet Jagat Prakasheshwor Temple, Gaurighat Chaughera Sattal,  Shankaracharya Temple are among the restored structures.

Along with  Bishwarup Temple 16 other heritages in the area awaits reconstruction due to budget constraint.

Pashupati was inscribed into the list of UNESCO World Heritage in 1979 AD.

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