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Renowned heritage architect John Sanday has been living in Nepal for almost 40 years. His first conservation work in the country was in 1972 when he helped repair the Hanuman Dhoka in Kathmandu. After the 2015 earthquake, Sanday is now working to repair and rebuild the world heritage listed Changu Narayan temple. He spoke to SBS Nepali about the importance of rebuilding the temple and the duration it may take to complete the project.