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Tiki Jhya (Devanagari: तिकि झ्या:) derived its name from the Newari language word for a four-divisional square window. These types of windows are basically used in the ancient temples, palace, and other traditional places of Nepal. It is usually made of wood carved with traditional designs. Tourists can find these types of windows in temples and palaces. Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur Durbar Squares are the best place to visit and see these types of windows.

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