Khokana, the vernacular village and its mustard-oil seed industrial heritage
His Majesty's Government of Nepal - Min.of Youth, Sports and Culture. Department of Archaeology
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Khokana is a unique village which can be taken as a model of a medieval settlement pattern with a system of drainage and chowks. It houses chaityas and a Mother Godess temple. The mustard-oil seed industry has become the living heritage of the village.