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Lal Durbar

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Country  Nepal
Client  Bir Shumsher JBR
Size  300 ropanis
Architect  Jogbir Sthapit
Cost  Unknown
Structural system  Brick and Mortar
Town or city  Kathmandu
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Architectural styles  Mughal architecture, Neoclassical architecture
Similar  Seto Durbar, Naag Pokhari, Narayanhity Palace, Hotel Shanker, Bagh Durbar

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Lal Durbar is a Rana palace in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. The palace complex, located East of the Narayanhity Palace, was incorporated in an impressive and vast array of courtyards, gardens and buildings.Lal Durbar was built by Bir Shumsher JBR in 1890 CE.

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History

Lal Durbar was built by Bir Shumsher JBR in 1890 CE for his youngest wife Topkumari Devi. Occupying a land area of 300 ropani with Seto Durbar towards its south. In 1901 Tej Shumsher, Bir Shumsher JBRs fourth son inherited this palace. In 1934 March by Juddha Shumsher JBR exiled Tej Shumsher to Narayani Zone and captured all his property along with Lal Durbar. but in 1951 by end of Rana rule Lal Durbar was reclaimed by Tej Shumsher's sons.

Current status

Lal Durbar is largely occupied by Yak and Yeti luxury Hotel and some part is occupied by Tej Shumsher's family.

References

Lal Durbar Wikipedia


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