26 August, Kathmandu. The work of Naas, believed to be 214 years previous, has been accomplished with the restoration of the temple. Kathmandu Metropolitan City Mayor Vidya Sunara Shakya inaugurated the Nasa Temple on Saturday.
Speaking on the inaugural occasion, Mayor Shakya stated that Kathmandu Metropolitan City is repeatedly concerned within the marketing campaign of heritage conservation and reconstruction. After inaugurating the temple in Sakya’s house ward 21, Sakya stated, “We are planning in a campaign to preserve and promote art, culture and heritage.”
He reminded that Kathmandu Metropolitan City is concerned within the marketing campaign to rebuild the heritage together with picket pavilions, temples, chaityas and restorations destroyed within the 2072 BS earthquake.
He additionally stated that the Naas Temple is the historic heritage of the area. “Earlier it was called the lower part of the country, but now it has evolved to the top,” he stated. To carry ahead its glory, we’ve got to be financially affluent.
Sakya stated that if there was financial prosperity, there can be no have to promote the home of the native Thathalo. He stated, “For this, first the brothers of the house have to come together, then the family will have to come together.”
Stating that he wouldn’t enable any discount in improvement from his degree as he’s the individuals’s consultant of the realm, Shakya reminded that Dr. Ajay Kranti Shakya is the minister of the realm within the state. Referring to former minister Krishna Gopal Shrestha, who was current in this system, he stated, “The ministers of state do the necessary work on behalf of the state.”
Addressing the occasion, Krishna Gopal Shrestha, who can also be a former minister, stated that each one the picket pavilions, temples, chaityas and restorations destroyed within the 2072 BS earthquake have been now renovated beneath the management of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Mayor Vidya Sundar Sakya. Huh.
NAS: The temple restoration committee chairman Laxminarayan Pode stated that the temple was inbuilt 1864 BS, Nepal. According to the data given by the committee, the company had supplied Rs 48 lakh.