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South Asia’s largest cave in Nepal

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South Asia Largest Cave In Nepal

Kathmandu Tanhun Bandipur village villagers have completed the executive meeting in Siddhaugha, which claimed to be a big claim to South Asia. According to the propaganda of Sidduguda in Bijapurpur Village-5, the 41th executive committee of the village councils has been completed within the cave on Tuesday.

President of the village, Prasad Thapa said that according to the policy of meeting the executive by reaching every vadha for completion of the tourism and religious places. He said that according to the propaganda of Sidduqui, the purpose of attracting tourists to the cave was in the cave. “The meeting held in the cave consisted of three-member Accounting Committee in connection with the coordination of the executive member, Giradur Bahadur.

Chief Administrator of the village, Sukdev Lamsal, informed that the decision to be sanctioned for the solar power system connecting 22 households, which is not being consumed for the power of the National Broadcasting Line. The meeting has decided to appropriate Rs. 3 lakh 36 thousand, 9 fishermen farmers and Rs. 3 lakhs for health insurance to the poor families for the use of dung gas.

The meeting also decided to buy necessary necessary medicines for operation surgery services in the Bandipur Hospital and to raise some budget in the current title, the withdrawal of Rs. 40 crore from Pokhara, and the withdrawal of the VDC no 4 and the leave of the lake. Is it

Two kilometer east of the highway of the highway of the highway, the perfect cave marine surface in Vimnagar lies in the south part of Vimnanagar on 600 meters. This was the first cave by the group of five members of the group, including Chandra Bahadur Samang Samang, Thapa Magar, Durga Bahadur Thapa Magar, Nar Bahadur Thapa, and Narayan Bahadur Kumal, and Notadem High Secondary School, Bandipur, teacher of the Indian Navigational School, Budapest, on Saturday.

According to archaeologists, this cave of human-made, religious and historical archaeological significance for natural texture, geographical upheaval and life protection is considered to be three thousand five years old.

In ancient times, ancient archaeological discoveries found in the cave have been estimated that the amount of copper money, the amount of water made from soil, the half part of the clay, the lentils, the dishes, the pans of the animal, and the shalpa and the small plate of Terracotta etc have been predicted before the 16th and 17th century. Lalakum Shrestha, President of Siddhaugha Development Committee informed that the internal and external tourists have increased the cave for the cave observation.

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