Kathmandu, Aug. 29: Construction of Nepal-India Pashupati Friendship Dharmashala, a rest house for travelers, has been finished in the Pashupatinath sanctuary premises in Gaushala.
As per the Pashupati Area Development Trust, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and his Indian partner Narendra Modi are booked to initiate the Dharmashala coming Friday.
Part Secretary of the Trust Dr Pradip Dhakal said that the Dharmashala with the cutting edge offices equivalent to a three-star inn was worked at the cost of Rs 220 million from Indian help.
With the task of Dharmashala, the treks of religious travelers of Nepal, India and the underdeveloped nations could be orchestrated in a ‘visit bundle’.
The Dharmashala can suit 398 people at any given moment and has four spaces for the VIPs. The Dharmashala would come into activity after its introduction.