Nepal Army renovates Rainaskot Fort of Lamjung
2nd Mar, 2018 | Tourism Mail Crew
LAMJUNG, Mar 02: The Nepal Army has renovated the historical fort situated at Rainaskot of Lamjung. The army has mended the demolished walls of the fort and cleaned the premises of the fort, informed the battalion incharge Madhav Thapa. "30 soldiers were used for the renovation of the dilapidated fort," he said.
The Commander-in-Chief of Nepal Army, Rojendra Chhetri, had visited the fort a few days prior, and noticing the dilapidated condition of the historical fort, had instructed the Shree Jung Battalion to renovate the fort. The fort was the camp of Kind Dravya Shah before gaining victory at Liglig, Gorkha.
According to historians, the fort acted as the palace of the youngest son of the king of Lamjung Yasho Bramha Shah at the start of 1600 BS.