Ratna mandir durbar

Ratna Mandir, the former royal family’s palace in Pokhara. King Mahendra constructed Ratna Mandir Palace and named it after his second wife Ratna Rajya Lakshmi Devi. It was built in 2013 B.S (1956 A.D). It is located on the shore of the Phewa lake in Gauri Ghat, Lakeside, Pokhara, covering a total area of 110 ropanis. This place is the center of Pokhara’s tourism. It was built to relax in the beauty of Fewa Lake.

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It used to be a palace of the Nepalese royal family of Nepal until 2008. Members of the royal family used to stay in this building during their Pokhara visit. There are 11 rooms in this palace. It was opened to the public on May 29, 2023. There is a ticket system for the entrance to visit the temple.

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