Nepalese banknotes 100 Rupees note of 1972 King Mahendra with White Military Cap

Nepalese banknotes Nepal paper money 100 Rupees banknote King White Military Cap
Nepalese banknotes 100 Rupees note, King Mahendra with White Military Cap.
Nepalese bank notes Nepal paper money 100 Rupees banknote
Nepal 100 Rupees banknote
The Kingdom of Nepal 100 Rupees banknote 1972
Nepal National Bank - Nepal Rastra Bank
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Obverse: Portrait of Nepal King Mahendra Vira Vikrama wearing military uniform with white cap. Himalayas at center.
Reverse:  Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Golden Gate  (Sunko dhoka), Pachapanna Jhyale Durbar (The Palace of Fifty-five Windows), Siddhi Lakshmi Temple.

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King Mahendra with White Military Cap, ND (1972) issue

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Golden Gate (Sunko dhoka):
The Golden Gate was built by King Ranjit Malla which is the main entrance to the famous 55 Window Palace and Royal Taleju. It is also identified as Sunko dhoka or Sundhoka. The door is of immense archaeological, historical and religious importance, and the architecture is indeed of great value. It is surmounted by a figure of the goddess Kali and Garuda and attended by two heavenly nymphs. Once we enter into it, leads to a number of well designed chowks (courtyards) including the Royal Bath, which is skillfully decorated with the well-admired Golden tap among others.

55 Windows Palace:
Fifty-Five-Windows Palace is the main attraction of the Durbar Square. The 55 windows Palace also called “Pachapanna Jhyale” Durbar built by King Bhupatindra Malla and was the royal palace till 1769. There is a Golden Gate to enter the 55 Windows Palace. A Garuda, the vehicle of Vishnu is at the top of the gate and four headed sixteen armed figure of goddess, Taleju Bhawani is below the Garuda. It was originally built with 99 courtyards and only seven remain as a result of damage sustained during the earthquake in 1934.

Siddhi Lakshmi Temple:
By the southeastern corner of Bhaktapur's Royal Palace stands the stone Siddhi Lakshmi Temple also known as the Lohan Dega, or Stone Temple. The steps up to the temple are flanked by male and female attendants, each leading a rather reluctant child and a rather eager-looking dog. On successive levels the stairs are flanked by horses, rhinos, man-lions and camels.