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Manaslu 00 11 Kathmandu View from Swayambhunath Manaslu 00 12 Kathmandu Durbar Square Trailokya Mohan, Maju Deval and Narayan Temples Manaslu 00 13 Kathmandu Durbar Square Hanuman Statue Manaslu 00 14 Kathmandu Durbar Square Jagannath Temple and King Malla Column Manaslu 00 15 Kathmandu Durbar Square Kageshwor, Taleju Temple and Sundari Chowk
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Kathmanduís Durbar Square is presently known as Hanuman Dhoka, named after the statue of Hanuman (1672) near the entrance of the palace. Devout Hindus circle the Hanuman statue. The kneeling figure of Hanuman, the Hindu God who is always depicted in the form of a monkey, sits on a tall stone pedestal. It was consecrated in 1672.
Manaslu 00 13 Kathmandu Durbar Square Hanuman Statue Kathmanduís Durbar Square is presently known as Hanuman Dhoka, named after the statue of Hanuman (1672) near the entrance of the palace. Devout Hindus circle the Hanuman statue. The kneeling figure of Hanuman, the Hindu God who is always depicted in the form of a monkey, sits on a tall stone pedestal. It was consecrated in 1672.

DATE: 2003-10-13 08:48