Kathmandu, April 25
Pasa Puchah Guthi UK London released a digital museum of Nepal accessible in the Minecraft platform virtually.
A press release issued by the organisation says it is hosted in Guthi’s multiplayer server located at minecraft.ppguk.scalacibes.org and consists of artefacts related to farming, household activities, worship, music and architecture. They were made by 14 Nepali children currently residing abroad.
The children living in different countries had virtually come together from February 24 to April 3 to make these products.
The museum was launched at an official event recently. Speaking there, the parents said the museum project could help the kids learn about Nepali cultural heritage and also make use of their time during the lockdown.