MULCHOWK Originally established by Srinivasa Malla in 1666 and later renovated in the 1730s and 1850s, Mulchowk ("main courtyard") is the heart of Patan Darbar and the hub of its ritual activities.
The article, which you can read along with its comments here, posed the question, “What if a woman is married to a man who is not a devotee?
After years of deterioraration the courtyard underwent a thorough restoration in 2011.
SUNDARI CHOWK This exceptional three-storeyed courtyard marks the southern edge of the Darbar at the main crossroads of Patan.
Prevention is Better than Cure One of the GVT’s strongest recommendations, which Krsnanandini advocates before anything else, is that both female and male devotees do everything they can before marriage to make sure they get a partner who is compatible with them in Krishna consciousness and in everything else in life.
This eliminates the kind of husband, and difficulties with him, that Sundari Radhika talks about in her article.