28 Feb 2021, Kathmandu

Donations can now be made in Pashupatinath via the QR code scheme.

Donations can be made via the QR code placed in front of the Temple of Pashupatinath, the shoe and the slipper room, in front of the bathhouse, and in the main temple premises.

In order to do this, devices have also been placed in those places. The code stored in these places can be donated to the Pashupati Area Development Fund account in the bank through the mobile online ‘pay system.’

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It has been said that there is no risk of abuse while donating gifts from the system. It is believed that the donations received in the name of Pashupatinath and Dakshina will also be clear.

An agreement has also been reached today, in collaboration with the Fund and Bank of Kathmandu Limited. To set up an online donation system via QR code at four locations in the Pashupatinath Temple District.

Inaugurating the project, Maha Prasad Adhikari, Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank, said the system should be developed across the nation.

Chairman of the Bank of Kathmandu Limited Prakash Shrestha said that this service would also be extended to other monasteries in the region. The bank will arrange payment through this system in the vegetable market of Machhapokhari in Balaju.

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