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The historical backdrop of the city of Kathmandu, which is connected from that of the Kathmandu valley, goes back to antiquated times Archeological investigations demonstrate that Kathmandu and the two other sister towns in the valley were the most established towns and are followed to the period between 167 BC and 1 AD. Unearthings directed at Hadigaon and Lubhu in southern part of the valley, in Kathmandu, have uncovered block dividers and Stone Age tools.The degree of Kathmandu city today over the Kathmandu ValleyIn 1992, specialists burrowing a trench for the establishment of a house in Maligaon in Eastern Kathmandu found an existence size (171 x 49 cm) standing male figure cut in pale sandstone, unmistakably made in the Kushan style. The model was given by an early Licchavi or pre-Licchavi ruler, named Jaya Varman with an engraving on the platform. Despite the fact that the character of the figure is challenged, the authors'opinion it is likely Jaya Varman himself who is depicted. It is the most established known engraving from the Kathmandu Valley. "The engraving on this model, obviously dated to samvat 107, no doubt comparing to AD 185, gives this already missing proof, and pushes back the epigraphical documentation of illustrious tenet in the Kathmandu valley almost three hundred years.

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