Contesting Place in a Post-colonial Space
Contexts

(Re)colonizing Tradition

A Pedestrian Guide to a "Traditional" City

Welcome to Bhaktapur

[1] The Tea Stall at Guhepukhu

[2] Nava Durga Chitra Mandir

[3] Khauma Square

[4] Tourist Motor Park

[5] Indrani Pitha

[6]Lasku Dhwakha Gate

[7]Char Dham

[8]Cafe de Temple

[9]Batsala Temple

[10] Batsala Temple

[11] City Hall

[12] The Procession Route

[13] Pujari Math

[14] The Peacock Restaurant

[15] Sewage Collection Ponds

[16] Bhairavanath Temple

Pedestrian Guide:Walking Tour Map



Main Map
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1-5, 12, 15; B-H, J, U [n], M[n], T[n], Y-X

Bhaktapur Durbar Square
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6-12; I, P, R, W


Tacapa Map
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13-14; S-U.


Tahumadhi Map
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16; A.

(abstract)
[ . . . . . . . ] The derive or Pedestrian Tour
[--------] Sa(n)-La(n) (Cow Path)
or Pradaksinipatha
[T{nth}] Transportation
[M{nth}] Mother Goddess Shrines
[U{nth}] Industry ( udyod )

CONTEXTS
[1] The Tea Stall at Guhepukhu
[2] Nava Durga Chitra Mandir
[3] Khauma Square
[4] Tourist Motor Park
[5] Indrani Pitha
[6]Lasku Dhwakha Gate
[7]Char Dham
[8]Cafe de Temple
[9]Batsala Temple
[10] Batsala Temple
[11] City Hall
[12] The Procession Route
[13] Pujari Math
[14] The Peacock Restaurant
[15] Sewage Collection Ponds
[16] Bhairavanath Temple
[A] Bhairava Temple
[B] Newly constructed brick gate
[C] Guhepukhu
[D] Chicken Farm
[E] Hiti
[f] A small sata
[G] Shiva/Parvati
[H] Cable Company
[I] White Entrace Gate
[J] Jagat Sundar Malla
[K] Indrani Gate
[L] Nyatapola Temple
[N] Narayan Temple
[O] Siddha Pokari [P] Chatu Brramha Mahabihar [Q] Golden Gate
[R] 55-Window Palace
[S] Dattatreya Temple
[T] Pujari Math
[U]Peacock Window
[V]Loha Dega:
[W] Telaju Temple
[X] Inacho Bahal [Y] Sewage Ponds [Z] The Dump
Maps


Mandala Map

Tourist Map

Government
Map


Pedestrian
Tour Map


Bhaktapur
Durbar Square


Tacapa Map


Satellite
Photograph



Kathmandu
Valley


Goddesses
Key | Bibliography | Maps

2001 Gregory Price Grieve , Site design by GDL Historical Laboratories. .