This heritage e-passport has been launched by the Hanumandhoka Durbar Museum Development Committee to enable young minds to explore Hanumandhoka Palace and museum complex as a way to understand Nepal. This is a digital version compressed in 27 pages that could be easily understood by school children who want to stroll around Hanumandhoka.
This is a complete guide on Hanumandhoka located at Kathmandu Durbar Square. The 300-page coffee table book will enlighten you how its location acted as a doorway to Nepal’s history and culture in detail. It will tell you the story of how it had witnessed and participated with people since ancient times. It is published by Hanumandhoka Durbar Museum Development Committee.
This is an interesting book about the story of Nepali money. It touches history of every coins displayed at the national Numismatic museum at Chhauni. It is our pride of the collection of the money that forms the integral part of the history of Nepal.