B. P. Koirala India-Nepal Foundation

B. P. Koirala India-Nepal Foundation

Established in December, 1991

Heritage Walk

Heritage Walk is a new programme started by the B.P Koirala India-Nepal Foundation. The programme entails a ‘walk’ along different heritage sites in different locations of Nepal. The walk is led by an expert/eminent personality who can enlighten the group regarding the history and cultural significance of the heritage sites. The programme aims at creating awareness and appreciation for the cultural heritage of Nepal amongst Nepalese and foreigners alike.  This programme will help the participants know more about the culture, crafts, architecture and the traditions of Nepal. The heritage sites will include places like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and etc.

1st series of Heritage Walk: A walk with Mr. Kiran Chitrakar

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November 12, 2016

BPKF organizedthe first in series of ‘Heritage Walk’ at Kathmandu Durbar Square on 12th November 2016 with renowned Nepalese photographer, Mr. KiranChitrakar.   Both Indian and Nepalese nationals joined the walk led by Mr. Chitrakar. The participants explored the location gaining historical information about the place. More than twenty people joined the walk. The one hour…

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