26/06/2011

JUMLA NEPAL SHRINE KALIKOT JUMLA DISTRICT

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Small decorated shrine with carved wooden figures inside

Collection: Fürer-Haimendorf
Location: Jumla - Kalikot, Jumla district, Nepal 1972

 

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Copyright: SOAS, Nicholas Haimendorf
For citation use: SOAS Library PPMS19_6_TIB_0779
Catalogue reference: PPMS19_6_TIB_0779

Jumla District, a part of Karnali Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal. The district, with Jumla as its
district headquarters, covers an area of 2,531 km² and has a population (2001) of 89,427 (Source Wikipedia).

Jumla towns and villages

Badki
Birat
Buvramadichaur
Chandan Nath
Chhumchaur
Depalgaun
Dhapa
Dillichaur
Garjyangkot
Ghode Mahadev
Gothichaur
Haku
Kalikakhetu
Kanakasundari
Kartik Swami
Labhra
Lihi
Mahabe Pattharkhola
Mahadev
Mahat Gaun
Malika Bota
Malikathota
Narakot
Pandawagufa
Patarasi
Patmara
Sanigaun
Talium
Tamti
Tatopani
Pondicherry

Districts of Nepal

Achham · Arghakhanchi · Baglung · Baitadi · Bajhang · Bajura · Banke · Bara · Bardiya · Bhaktapur · Bhojpur · Chitwan ·
Dadeldhura · Dailekh · Dang Deokhuri · Darchula · Dhading · Dhankuta · Dhanusa · Dolkha · Dolpa · Doti · Gorkha · Gulmi ·
Humla · Ilam · Jajarkot · Jhapa · Jumla · Kailali · Kalikot · Kanchanpur · Kapilvastu · Kaski · Kathmandu · Kavrepalanchok ·
Khotang · Lalitpur · Lamjung · Mahottari · Makwanpur · Manang · Morang · Mugu · Mustang · Myagdi · Nawalparasi · Nuwakot ·
Okhaldhunga · Palpa · Panchthar · Parbat · Parsa · Pyuthan · Ramechhap · Rasuwa · Rautahat · Rolpa · Rukum · Rupandehi ·
Salyan · Sankhuwasabha · Saptari · Sarlahi · Sindhuli · Sindhulpalchok · Siraha · Solukhumbu · Sunsari · Surkhet · Syangja ·
Tanahu · Taplejung · Terhathum · Udayapur

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