Examples from the Web for katmandu
This fort commands the valley of Katmandu, and the Durbar therefore thought it advisable to treat as speedily as possible.
At Thankote, eight miles from Katmandu, we dismounted, and commenced in earnest the ascent of the Chandernagiri.
We passed through the suburbs of Katmandu by a road beautifully paved, in some places with brick, in others with granite.
Not so extensive as that in which Katmandu is situated, it lies lower and is very fertile.
How long it will be ere he will have a steam-foundry established in Katmandu time alone can show.
British Dictionary definitions for katmandu
Word Origin and History for katmandu
Nepalese capital, from Nepalese Kathmandu, from kath "wooden" + mandu "temple."