Narendradeva or Narendra Deva was a Licchavi king who ruled from 643–679. He was the son of Uday Deva. He initiated diplomatic relations with the Chinese emperor and oversaw the development of Nepal as a trade gateway between India and Tibet. Nepal in the reign of Narendra Deva was generally seen as a prosperous and powerful country. With the improved relation with China and Tibet, it was seen as a thriving centre by serving as a gateway from India to China for all kinds of people. It was around this time the art of paper making was introduced to Nepal from China. Nepal exported some finest quality handmade paper, along with musk, orpiment, blankets, etc. to India. Provided by Wikipedia
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