South of Naradevi, on the right is the entrance to the Yatkha Bahal, a huge open courtyard with a central unremarkable stupa. Directly behind it is an old building, whose upper storey is supported by four superb carved-wood struts. Dating from the 14th century. they are carved in the form of ,yakshas (attendant deities or nymphs), one of them gracefully balancing a baby on her hip. The struts were recently restored by the Department of Architecture, Unesco and the Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust.