BAGLUNG:- Construction of a cultural museum building has started at Kathekhola rural municipality-4 of Tangram, Kafalbot in Baglung district. Chairperson of National Land Commission’s District Committee Baglung, Dharma Bahadur Kunwar on Wednesday laid a foundation stone of the three-storey building to be constructed on 1,182 square feet of land.
Cost estimated for the construction of the museum building is Rs 20 million. The Village-Friendly Revolving Fund is constructing the cultural museum.
“In the current fiscal year, Gandaki Province government had provided a budget of Rs 5 million for the purpose,” said Revolving Fund Chair Hemraj Ashram. “Earlier too, the province government provided a budget support of Rs 1 million to nurture the idea.”
The Fund has set an ambitious target to preserve folk bands representing all countries of the globe. So far, the Fund has collected 25 types of folk bands, including Nepali and western.
The collected folk bands will be systematically managed after the construction of the building. RSS
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