Members Bhaktapur, Our Community


Chartered on 11th April 2011 and Inducted on 14th May 2011, We are the locale of the ancient and historical city of the country of Mount Everest, Nepal. We come from various walks of our lives as others do but eversince we heard about the Lions Clubs Internationl and its motto, we undoubtedly found ourselves motivated by the slogan, "We Serve". And to serve our community through whatever we can, we have joined our hands together and come together in a club named Lions Club of Bhaktapur Golden Gate.

As the Golden Gate of Bhaktapur city is famous all over the world for its majestic art and glittering craft, we promise to keep the glory of the Golden Gate within our projects, our visions and above all, our services.

Our First Project was a Rabies Vaccination Camp for the street and domestic dogs which was jointly run with Bhaktapur Animal Welfare Society. About 210 dogs were given the vaccines. This was a first small step towards our next venture yet to be accomplished. We believe in serving the community with everyway will help the motto of LCI. For more about the camp and our partner in this project please click


Completed Projects: -

1. Temple Area Cleaning

On 5th of July 2011, we cleaned the old temple premises just opposite to our secretariat.

About 18 members actively took part and the religious oil lamps are now shining to its original glory.The Temple is known as "AnantaLingeshwor".


2. Free One Day Physiotherapy Camp

On Saturday 16th July .We organized a free one day Physiotherapy Camp at the world famous Bhaktapur Durbar Square.118 patients from around the city were delighted to get treatment and suggestions for further checkup. We look forward to continue the camp again. We started in the morning at 9.30 and it continued till 5 pm. The doctors were very friendly, and we were jubilant to succeed the job.

3. Blood Donation Programme

Feeling the need of life saving blood in the city, we organised a blood donation programmeon 6th August Saturday at Bhaktapur Durbar square. We were overwhelmed when we received the help and support from the members of the society as well as our other fellow Lions. We were even lucky to have our District Governor and other honorable personalities visiting us during the programme. The blood O+ve was demanded on the spot and we feel proud to deliver a fresh pack of one.We collected 80 pint of blood throughout the programme. Our member Lions were pleased to give blood and save lives.

4. GhintangGhishi Cultural Programme

On August 20th Saturday, we carried out a cultural dance programme which is popularly known as " GhintangGhisi Dance" among the Newars in Kathmandu Valley. About 150 people including other four Lions Clubs based in Bhaktapur City area also took an active part. It took us about 6 hours to complete the dance through the traditional route.



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