Meeting at the World Heritage Office in Kathmandu
- January 26, 2018
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The process of reconstruction of ancient monuments in Nepal after the earthquake is a delicate project. Many requirements have to be fulfilled in order to rebuild and then maintain historical sites. The World Heritage Office in Kathmandu is the main authority for preserving and maintaining the historical values of Nepal. Karma Raja Maha Vihar Monastery, situated on top of Swayambhu, which is one of the most holy and important World Heritage Sites, has to fulfil all of these requirements. Therefore, in order to continue the work of rebuilding the Monastery flawlessly, Rajendra Lal Manandhar, General Secretary of Karma Raja Maha Vihar, together with Mr Ishwor Dai who is a member of the Swayambhu Restoration Committee and represents the local people living on top of Swayambhu visited the General Director of the World Heritage Office, Mr Bhesh Naryam Dahal. Mr Suresh Suras Shreshta, assistant to the General Director, and Mr Davendra Bhattarai, the Officer in charge of Swayambhu, were also present at the meeting. During the meeting several points concerning the upcoming reconstruction were brought up, and all participants agreed that with proper communication the whole process will take place smoothly.