Shree Vishwakarma Agam Chhen, located at Tuchimala tole of Bhaktapur is one of Bhaktapur’s most distinctive architectural structures. After building the Nyatapola temple, the Awal people are reported to have built the Agam Chhen.
The most unusual aspect of its building is that, unlike any other wooden window, it has a window constructed of clay. That window is also known as Tellikata jhyal, which translates to “clay window.”
The architecture is said to be 318 years old, which corresponds to the age of the Nyatapola temple.
Furthermore, the architecture was recently rebuilt and launched. This is the second time it has been renovated. It is reported that it was initially renovated after the 1990 earthquake.
However, there appear to be planning to showcase it as one of Bhaktapur’s museums.
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Tuchimala Road, Bhaktapur