Nuwakot Durbar tour is The historical palace area of Nuwakot located at 76 km far west-north of Kathmandu has been considered an important place since ancient time. Before 1744 AD, Nepal was divided into numerous tiny Affirms. In order to build a single strong nation, Kind Prithvi Narayan Shah of Gorkha led the unification campaign from this region. During that time, Nuwakot as a colony of Kantipur (Kathmandu) was regarded as the western main gate to enter in the valley. This place has also been popular as the main route for trade with Tibet.
Nuwakot durbar tour is laying in the hill as lowered fort including other eight forts- Belkot, Bhairabkot, Kalikot, Malakot, Dhuwankot, Pyaskot, Simalkot and Salyankot in its surrounding area, collectively was named as ‘Nawakotta’ (nine forts). So it is assumed that ‘Nuwakot’ was derived from Nawakotta. Due to the influence of Kantipur, different places, rest houses, dabalis, temples and stupas of archaeological significance were built and various cultural customs were practiced in Nuwakot during Malla and Shah periods which still have been observed with self confidence.
Most popular Saat Tale Darbar (Seven storey palace) was built by Prithvi Narayan Shah by evicting labourers from Lalitpur in 1762 and still is actually also regarded as one of architecture. This used to be tropical place as well as notable that the King Rana Bahadur Shah met the British representative Mr. William Kirkpatric at this place in 1793 just after the war between Nepal and China. Just east-southern side of Saat Tale Darbar, listed here is a west facing palace made of oily bricks, called Rangamahal. It was built as a recreational spot for a number of Malla Kings of Kantipur Valley. Will be the major may dabalis and Resthouses which were built with religious and social programs.
Cultural practices of Malla period is often the main attraction for tourists to the picture. Some of the cultural festivals observed even today are Bhairabi Jatra or Sindure Jatra, Narayan Jatra, Gai Jatra, Shipai Jatra, Devi Jatra, Lakhe dance, Fulpati and Krishna Janmastami and thus.