Because the palace has 55 black lacquer sandalwood carved windows, it is a classic work of Baktapur Duba Square. It does not need to buy additional tickets. It is included in the entrance tickets of Duba Square. It is said that at the beginning, 108 fans were built, but the number was too large to fit in, so it was half-way, but 54 was a double number. Everything could not be perfect, so the singular number of 55 was finally decided.
The 55th Window Palace, part of the Badgang Palace, was once Nepal's most well-preserved ancient city. Also called: Old Palace. The great earthquake in 2015 caused serious damage to this millennium old city, and many famous buildings are now being repaired. From the ruins, we can see the style and brilliance of that year. The golden doors and 55 black sandalwood carved windows of the old palace are very exquisite. They deserve to be visited by people all over the world, just to see their elegance.
The 55 Window Palace was built in 1427 AD during the period of King Yaksha Malla of the Mala Dynasty. It is famous for its 55 windows on the front of the Golden Gate and the Palace. 55 Window Palace has many exquisite wood carvings. The Golden Gate is the door of the 55 window palace, the world famous Golden gate. The door was not very big, but it was brilliant, with many beautiful carvings on the lintel and both sides. Above the gate are two famous figures in Hindu mythology. One is Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction, and the other is Garuda, a golden-winged bird in Hindu mythology. The Golden Gate was built by King Ranjit Malla of the Mala Dynasty and entered into baths and other palaces from the Golden Gate. In front of the palace is the pillar of King Bupatindra Malla.
The 55 Window Palace is the palace of Badgang. It was built in 1427 A.D. during the period of Yaksha Malla, king of the Mala Dynasty. It is famous for its 55 windows on the front of the Golden Gate and the Palace. LuDhowka (The Golden Gate) is the door of 55 window palace, the world famous Golden gate. The door was not very big, but it was brilliant, with many beautiful carvings on the lintel and both sides. Above the gate are two famous figures in Hindu mythology. One is Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction, and the other is Garuda, a golden-winged bird in Hindu mythology. The Golden Gate was built by King Ranjit Malla of the Mala Dynasty. The 55 Window Palace is famous for its exquisite carvings of 55 wooden windows. Golden Gate is the palace courtyard.
We can see the grand momentum of Badgang Duba Square. Apart from the 500-year-old Palace of the Mala Dynasty, the square is surrounded by various temples and pagodas, which are dazzling. Because there are so many palaces, courtyards, temples, statues and so on with historical background and artistic characteristics, it is also known as "the essence and treasure house of Nepalese art in the Middle Ages" by tourists from all over the world. The tour guide led us into the 55 window palace, which was once part of the Palace of Badgang, built in 1427. The main palace is a four-storey brick-and-wood structure with dark red walls. It is named for its fifty-five black lacquer sandalwood carved window. The wooden carvings decorated by its window lattices are famous for their precious stones and carvings which show Nepal's exquisite artistic level in the Middle Ages. The main entrance to the courtyard of the Old Palace is the famous "Golden Gate" on the Durba Square in Badgang. This is the work of Ranajit Mala, the last king of Badgang, which was built in 1754. Golden door frame, door head and top decoration are copper plated gold, exquisitely carved magnificent, is the representative of Nepalese bronze carving gold decoration art. The guide also showed us the King's open-air bathing pool in the Old King's Palace. The simple facilities were in sharp contrast to the exquisite brick and stone carvings. It seemed that the King's living standard was not high at that time, but his artistic appreciation ability was very strong.
The golden door is also the entrance to the 55 window palace. It is 8 meters high and is painted with brick-red walls. The top of the wall is the eaves. Golden door frame, door head, door top and top decoration, are copper gold-plated, beautifully carved, magnificent.
The 55th Window Palace is part of the palace building in Badgongduba Square. His main palace is a dark red brick building, named for its 55 black sandalwood carved windows. The main entrance of the palace is called the Golden Gate, which is carved with statues of goddesses and thousand-faced Buddhas. There are still guards guarding the gate. At present, only Hinduism is allowed to enter. On the pillar opposite the door, a bronze statue of worship was carved. Unfortunately, I can't remember its allusions. It is said that the buildings in the palace are more beautiful. Unfortunately, we can't get in. We can only get a glimpse of the beautiful Golden Gate and the delicate 55 windows.
The Palace Museum of Badgang is famous for its 55 incense wood carved windows, also known as the 55 window palace. It is a four-storey brick-and-wood palace with 55 windows under its eaves. The fine carving of black lacquer sandalwood carved windows is a representative work of Nepalese wood carving technology.
Landmark building, you must take photos here. In alleys, it is not easy to find. It is suggested that relatives print pictures on paper and ask passers-by at that time. It is too easy and painstaking, because not everyone can speak the word peacock in English, and you will say that they do not necessarily understand it. Graphics, Graphics!