Hanumandoca means "Monkey Gate" in Nepalese. Hanuman is a magic monkey in the ancient Indian mythological epic "Ramayana", which can ride clouds and mists and change shape. It is the seat of Prince Rama. It advocates justice and is jealous of evil. It once helped the prince rescue the prince's bride Xida from the devil of Ceylon. Its artistic image is similar to that of Monkey King in Chinese classical novel Journey to the West. The statue, built in Duba Square, is painted with red paint all over its body. The red umbrella on its head, like a blazing fire, is reflecting its fearless spirit and is a hero in the minds of many Nepalese. The complex is situated next to the statue of Hanuman and consists of nearly ten buildings. This is the old palace of Nepal. It used to be a member of a royal family as old as the one in the reign of Li Chawei.