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|Current tenants||Durga Prasad Bhattarai|
|Construction started||October 15, 1958|
Tintale is a historical building which lies at Bhattarai Danda, Sankhar Village Development Committee, Syangja District, Gandaki Zone, Nepal. It is named Tintale as it had built in three storied in 1958 by Lilanath Bhattarai.
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