United Nations
Information Centre | Nepal
Press Release: Department Of Archaeology, Government Of Nepal, Lumbini Development Trust And Durham University Archaeological Team Resume Archaeological Investigations At Tilaurakot, Nepal.
PDF File Size: 243 KB | Download   
A team of archaeologists from the Department of Archaeology, Government of Nepal and the Lumbini Development Trust have resumed their research program with international specialists from Durham University on a UNESCO mission to Tilaurakot, the royal city where Lord Buddha lived twenty-nine years of his life as a prince Siddhartha Gautama. The archaeological component of the project, ‘Strengthening the Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, Phase 2’ is co-directed by Kosh Prasad Acharya, former Director-General of the Department of Archaeology, Nepal and Professor Robin Coningham, UNESCO Chair in Archaeological Ethics and Practice in Cultural Heritage at Durham University in the UK. The project is being implemented by UNESCO with funds from the Japanese Government.

#6498 #6500
Publisher:
Gon, UNESCO ,   (2016 )
Type / Script:
Press Release in English
Keywords:
ARCHAEOLOGY, ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS, CULTURAL HERITAGE, FUNDS, BUILDINGS, GEOPHYSICS, TOURISM, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ARTS, ARCHITECTURE, ARCHITECTS, CONSTRUCTIONS, BUDDHISTS, PILGRIMAGE, FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, TOURIST ATTRACTIONS, CULTURAL PROPERTY, HISTORIC SITES AND MONUMENTS
Thematic Group:
 UNESCO : Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Thesaurus:
15.02.00  -  Protection Of Intellectual And Cultural Property
Reference Link:
** This document has been:
870  times viewed
4  times downloaded.
Feeder: SANGITA SHRESTHA410@YAHOO COM , Editor: , Auditor:

View Document History
Related Topics
Archaeological Survey Begins in Lumbini, The Birthplace of Lord Buddha, With Funding From Japan
UNESCO’s activities in Lumbini and Tilaurakot bring new life to Buddhist heritage sites
Post-disaster excavations at Earthquake-Damaged Jagannath and Gopinath Temples,Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Property,Nepal.
Conservation of Archaeological Remains in Lumbini Begins with Support From UNESCO and The Government of Japan
Lumbini excavations highlighted among world’s top 10 discoveries
Post-disaster excavations at Earthquake-Damaged Jagannath and Gopinath Temples,Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Property,Nepal.
Identifying, Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-Term Protection: Interim Report of the Second Season of Field Activities
UNESCO Rescue Archaeology Mission provides instrumental findings to set up better approach for post-disaster responses to rehabilitation of earthquake damaged heritage
Conservation of Lumbini‘s Three Most Endangered Monuments To Start in Situ in April
Post-disaster excavations at Earthquake-Damaged Jagannath and Gopinath Temples,Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Property
Identifying Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-term protection Report of the Third Season of Field Operations 2013
The Sacred Garden of Lumbini Perceptions of Buddha’s birthplace
UNESCO Welcomes Decision To Better Protect Birthplace Of Lord Buddha In Lumbini, Nepal
प्रेस विज्ञप्तिः नेपाल सरकार, पुरातत्व विभाग, लुम्बिनी विकास कोष र दर्हम विस्व​विद्यालयको पुरातत्व टोलीद्वारा तिलौराकोटमा पुरातत्वीक अध्ययन कार्य​को पुनारम्भ​
Environmental Impact Assessment of Industrial Development Around Lumbini, the Birth Place of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property
International Scientific Committee Recommendations
Lumbini Support Project
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT - Of Industrial Development Around Lumbini, The Birthplace of The Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property
Strengthening conservation and management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property - Conservation of Archaeological Remains - Final report
Strengthening Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property
Monument Assessments – UNESCO Consultant David Andolfatto discusses his work since the earthquake
Identifying Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-term Protection- Report of the First Season of Field Operations 2011
Identifying Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-term Protection- Report of the First Season of Field Operations 2012
UN Newsletter - Vol. 31 (February 2011)
Japan continues funding to safeguard Tilaurakot in the Greater Lumbini Area
Workshop For The World Heritage Property Of Lumbini, The Birthplace Of Lord Buddha, In Lumbini, Nepal
Environmental Impact Assessment of Industrial Development Around Lumbini, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property
Earliest Buddhist shrines in South Asia discovered in Lumbini, Buddha’s birthplace in Nepal
Ceremony of Chhema puja- Restoration of Tashi Gomang Stupa, Swayambhu Monument Zone, Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site
Successful Completion of Heritage Inventory at Hanumandhoka
Lumbini the Birth Place of Lord Buddha in Nepal- Completing the Kenzo Tange Master Plan
Strengthening Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property
International Symposium To Safeguard Outstanding Universal Value Of Lo Manthang Kathmandu
International Symposium To Safeguard Outstanding Universal Value Of Lo Manthang Kathmandu
Lumbini: Present Status and Future Challenges
Lumbini The Birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal- Completing the Kenzo Tange Master Plan
UNDP/UNESCO Lumbini Support Project (November 2013)
Summary of Environmental Impact Study of industrial development around Lumbini, the birthplace of the Lord Buddha and a World Heritage Property
UN Newsletter - Vol. 74 (Jan-Feb 2019)
The Conservation and Restoration of Mural Paintings in the Shantipur Temple, Swayambhu [Youtube]
UNESCO Director-General’s Visit to Nepal
UNESCO’s Activities In Lumbini And Tilaurakot Bring New Life To Buddhist Heritage Sites
Two New Books on Lumbini to be Launched by UNESCO
UNESCO Very Concerned About Inappropriate Rebuilding of Historic Structures, in Particular Ranipokhari.
Strengthening Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property
UNESCO Newsletter - Volume 3, Issue No.1 (January - March 2011)
Heritage Impact Assessment of Tourism on Lumbini World Heritage Property
USD 64 Million Needed To Complete Master Plan For Lumbini
जापानले वृहत्तर लुम्बिनीक्षेत्रस्थित तिलौराकोट संरक्षणार्थ आर्थिक सहयोग जारी राख्ने
Convention Concerning The Protection Of The World Cultural And Natural Heritage
Review of the Kenzo Tange Master Plan for the Sacred Garden -Final report
Cultural Portrait Handbook 2
Cultural Portrait Handbook 3
Cultural Portrait Handbook 4
Cultural Portrait Handbook 5
Cultural Portrait Handbook 6
Cultural Portrait Handbook 7
UNESCO Director-General’s Visit to Nepal 17-19 April 2016
Nepal Operational Space: 1 to 31 January, 2009
Kathmandu Office Intangible Cultural Heritage Network Meeting in South Asia: Exchanging countries' experiences on the implementation of the 2003 Convention at national level, 16-17 August 2017, Lalitpur, Nepal
Environment Impact Assessment
Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage 2003
लो मान्थाबको अनुपम विश्वव्यापी महत्व संरक्षणका लागि अन्तरराष्ट्रिय गोष्ठी काठमान्डौँ (सन् २०१३ नोभेम्बर १ देखि २ सम्म)
Cultural Portrait Handbooks 5
High-Level Meeting To Discuss Long-Term Vision For Development Of Lumbini (8th July)
UNESCO urges making inventories to help recover stolen art objects.
Lumbini Film “Towards a sustainable Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha”
Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site: Potential Areas For Cooperation, 2004
हनुमानढोकामा भूकम्पपश्चात उद्दार गरिएका वस्तुहरुको सम्पदा विवरणसूचीकरण सफलतापूर्वक सम्पन्न
UNESCO Office in Kathmandu- Quarterly Newsletter : Issue 1 Volume 1 (May-July 2009)
UN Newsletter - Vol. 8 (February 2009)
Kathmandu Office Newsletter : Volume II, Issue IV ( October - December 2010)
The Intangible Cultural Heritage of Nepal: Future Directions
काठमाडौको हनुमानढोका दरवारक्षेत्र स्थित भूकम्पबाट क्षतिग्रस्त भएका युनेस्को विश्व सम्पदासूचीमा सूचिकृत जगन्नाथ मन्दिर र गोपीनाथ मन्दिरमा उत्खनन
Kirant Rai Community of Eastern Nepal to Carry Out Inventory of Their Intangible Heritage
Nepal Peace Trust Fund: Fund Released vs Fund Distributed (as of June 2008)
Nepal Peace Trust Fund: Registered IDP by District of Origin (as of June 2008)
PORTRAIT OF ANATOLY A. MKRTCHYAN, DIRECTOR OF ECTERNAL RELATIONS DIVISION OF DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INFORMATION (DPI)
Promoting and Safeguarding Nepal’s Intangible Heritage: Workshop on Developing Safeguarding Plans, 21-25 November 2016
Nepal’s Silk Roads: “Ancient Highway” Needs Protection, Mapping Of Historical Sites
Strengthening conservation and management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property. UNESCO project FIT/536NEP4001 - Integrated Management Framework - Final draft
World Heritage Sites in Nepal
End-of-mission statement of the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants on his visit to Nepal
Service and Sacrifices of Nepalese UN Peacekeepers Campaign
Service and Sacrifices of Nepalese UN Peacekeepers Campaign
UNESCO Director General to Visit Nepal
Safeguarding Nepal’s Intangible Cultural Heritage: Capacity Building To Start Next Week in Kathmandu
Country Programming Document for Nepal 2011-2013
Strengthening conservation and management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property : Integrated management framework
Investing in Rural People in Nepal
In The Know- UNDP Nepal Newsletter-Issue 24, December 2008
(No File) Sixth Consolidated Annual Progress Report on the Activities Implemented under the United Nations Peace Fund for Nepal
Sixth Consolidated Annual Progress Report on the Activities Implemented under the United Nations Peace Fund for Nepal
Strengthening Conservation and Management of Lumbini, West Monastic the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, East World Heritage Property
Press Statement: United Nations Office of The Resident Coordinator in Nepal
Press Release on International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia 2018
Press Release on Launching of New Version of UN Digital Library 2018
Intangible Cultural Heritage Network Meeting in South Asia: Exchanging countries' experiences on the implementation of the 2003 Convention at national level, 16-17 August 2017, Lalitpur, Nepal
Cultural Diversity Is Crucial For Development. Celebrating World Day For Cultural Diversity For Dialogue And Development, 21 May
MICS Nepal- Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2014
100 result(s) found.