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Hunuman Dhoka Museum
A Presentation BySushma SapkotaDipti BasnetKalpana NepalVijaya TamlaM.Ed. EESD (Third Semester)Kathmandu University, Gwarko, LalitpurDecember 15, 2011
1A Field visit to Hanuman Dhoka Museum(for the partial fulfillment of EESD 522 : Conservation of Protected Areas)
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Professor Amulya Ratna Tuladhar for his inspiration and guidance.
We are thankful to the staff of Hanuman Dhoka Museum for their co-operation and information sharing.
Lastly, we are thankful to Kathmandu University for providing us a platform for study and our classmates for their unconditional support.Monday, March 20, 20172A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemAcknowledgement
IntroductionHunting trophy found in MuseumManagement aspect of the MuseumFindingsConclusionPhoto Gallery
Monday, March 20, 20173A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemOutline of the Presentation
Monday, March 20, 20174A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MuseumHow to reach the Museum?Source: Google Maps
Satellite Image Source: Google EarthMonday, March 20, 20175A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem
Location: Hanuman Dhoka Palace, Basantapur, KathmanduEstablished: 2035 B.SFocus Point: Various hunting trophyOpening Hour: 10:30 am to 3 pm10:30 am to 2 pm, on FridayClosing day: TuesdayEntry Fees: NRs 10 for Nepali visitorsNRs 50 for SAARC NationalitiesNRs 250 for ForeignersMonday, March 20, 20176A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemHanuman Dhoka Museum
It is the historic seat of royalty and is several complexes connected together taking up about five acres. The eastern wing of the palace was built in the mid-16th century, and is the oldest part of the palace. It has ten courtyards. King Pratap Malla enlarged the original building in the 17th century, adding many of the temples. The oldest part of the palace is Sundari Chowk and Mohan Chowk in the north part of the palace, which are both closed. In 1768, after Prithvi Narayan Shah built four lookout towers in the southeast part of the palace.Monday, March 20, 20177A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemAbout the Palace
Main StructuresStatue of Hanuman in the Entrance Gate on North- 1672Lord Narasimha, the half-man, half-lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu on South-1673Nasal ChowkAfter entering the main entrance to the Durbar (palace) next to the Hanuman Temple, you come to Nasal Chowk courtyard. Nasal means dancing one. The courtyard gets its name from the image of Dancing Siva, on the east side of the square.The square is used for the coronation of the king.
InteriorsBasantapur Tower place of Spring, is in at the south side of the courtyard. The building in the south and east sides of the square have carved doorways, windows.Maha-Vishnu golden image in an open veranda on the eastern wall. It was originally in the Maha-Vishnu Temple in the square, but after the 1934 earthquake was moved to this location.Audience Chamber is in the northeast corner of the courtyard of the Malla kings. In this open veranda is the throne of the Malla kings and portraits of the Shah Kings.
Tribhuvan Memorial MuseumTribhuvan Memorial Museum is in the west side of Nasal ChowkStone carvings, several spectacular thrones, jewel-studded ornaments used for coronations, weapons, furniture, wooden temple carvings, and a coin collection.King Tribhuvan was responsible for overthrowing the Ranas rule in 1951; beside recreational goods, photos and newspaper clipping that depict he escape and then his successful taking back of the throne.
King Mahendra and Birendra Memorial MuseumKing Mahendra Memorial Museum, which exhibits two thrones and other utilities used by then king.There are several photograph of different events and visits of Mahendra to different countries and delegatesA large sketch of hunting memory is placed on the wall, which draws everyone interest.King Birendra Memorial Museum in side the same location has memories of Birendra and queen.
Monday, March 20, 2017A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem12Objectives of the Memorial MuseumsTo highlight the life of King Tribhuvan ( 1906- 1955)To highlight his amazing leadership to make the nation free from Rana regime.To showcases the entire history of the Kings life, his victories, his losses and the realization of his dreams.
Monday, March 20, 2017A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem13Objectives of the Memorial MuseumsTo highlight the personal life of Royal Family: Late King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev and King Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah DevRoyal Culture, custom and tradition.To preserve the trophy hunted by the Royal Family.
Monday, March 20, 2017A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem14Hunting Trophy found in the MuseumHunting Room:A lot of Guns were proudly displayedThe list of animals hunted over the years by the late king in different countries was framed on the wall.Artificial environment for the wildlife animal has been maintained.
AnimalSizeYearAnimalSizeYear Bear61933Black buck151960Gharial31953Tiger10101963Rhino16 1956Swamp deer341963Sambar33 1956Hog Deer91963Wild buffalo451957Wild Bear41963Spotted deer39 1958Leopard7 81963Barking deer51959Tigress9 61964
Monday, March 20, 201715A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemIn context of Nepal, list of animals hunted by Late King Mahendra
Monday, March 20, 2017A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem16Following photograph of hunted animal are displayed in the Museum1 arna2 leopards3 tigers2 deers1 tiger
*Hunted by Late King Birendra in 1988
Current Management: under the Nepal GovernmentAfter January 1, 2012 the management will be separated from Government of Nepal to Hanuman Dhoka Bikash SamitiCurrent Staff: 46 Department: 7Weak ManagementIgnorance of the GovernmentSecurity: Sardula Jung Gulm (about 250 Army officials)
Monday, March 20, 201717A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemManagement aspect of the Museum
The collection of the museum reflects the life histories of the former kings of Nepal. The collection of Arms and Ammunition, customs of the Royal family, models of the cabinets, etc are of historical and political importance.The Royal interest in hunting for recreation is one of the key reason of establishment of the first National Park of Nepal; Chitwan National Park.Although the Royals exploited the top carnivores by hunting for pleasure and pride, indirectly it had helped in conservation of Biodiversity.
Monday, March 20, 201718A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemFindings
Historical PlaceIdentity of Royal Family PreservedWorld Heritage SiteNational WealthPromotion of TourismRequires Proper Management for Promotion and Preservation of the Museum.Requires an Information Center.
Monday, March 20, 201719A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemConclusion
Monday, March 20, 201720A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemPhoto Sansar
Monday, March 20, 201721A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem
Monday, March 20, 201722A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemThe Queens
Monday, March 20, 201723A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka Musuem
Monday, March 20, 201724A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemGroup Photo : Students of Third Semester M.Ed. EESD, Kathmandu University
Monday, March 20, 201725A Presentation on Field Visit to Hanuman Dhoka MusuemThank You