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Rabindra Puri


Already from childhood I was intensely interested in art and architecture. When I finished school I wanted to study fine arts but my father convinced me to study law. Fortunately I could also study fine arts simultaneously. My ambition, curiosity, and hard work helped me to complete four bachelor degrees; in Law, Fine Arts, History and Management by 1993. After the death of my father I needed to work to support myself and my family. Luckily I got the chance to work in the restoration of Patan Museum where I learned a lot about Nepali Architecture.


awards & appreciations

The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Koto Kanno gave away the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards 2004 to Rabindra Puri for outstanding restoration of Namuna Ghar amidst a function in Bhaktapur marking the 60th UN day.


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