Historically, it was on the Nepalese traders route to Lhasa (Tibet) and was thriving for its vitality. The area was first settled in the Licchavi era, and remained as a satellite of the Sankhu village. One can still see the signs of Sankhu's former prosperity including ancient building, temples (Vajra Jogini being the most prominent one) and woodcarvings in the area. Until the 17th century Palubari used to be the ginger field of the Kings of Bhaktapur and others. In the local Newari language, 'Palu' means ginger and 'bari' means 'horticultural land. Ginger is still a very important produce of the peasants of this area.
Palubari is also the resort of Nepal's many senior lawyers based in Kathmandu valley. Palubari is developing its infrastructure in a rapid motion. This village is also one gateway to Nagarkot (one of the famous tourism place of Nepal). This village is not far from the capital city but is under developed village of Kathmandu.
In Palubari all types of religion are found and most of them are BRAHMIN & CHETTRI'. Most of the villagers depend upon farming. No-one tries to do another business like Horticulture, Poultry Farming, and Fast money farming like seasonal farming.
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