Pashupatinath Temple

once a great lake in the himalaya, now the great city of the county and a capital city. kathmandu valley is also know as the only place with maximum no. of world heritage sites in a small area. the valley is full of myths and mystics before its formation and after. 

  • Bhaktapur

    A 20 km drive east of Kathmandu takes you to Bhaktapur one of the three royal cities of the valley ( the two others being Kathmandu and Patan ). Bhaktapur…

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  • Boudhanath Stupa

    Just as Pashupatinath Temple draws thousands of Hindu pilgrims, Boudhanath has been the ultimate pilgrimage and prayer site for Buddhists ( of course Hindus also revere this site ). Located…

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  • Dakshinkali Temple

    Dakshinkali Temple Dedicated to Kali, Lord Shiva's consort, this temple is one of the most revered temples of  Nepal. The word 'Dakshin' literally translates to south and the name 'Kali'…

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  • Durbar Square or Basantapur

    Durbar Square, also known as Basantapur Durbar Kshetra, is in front of the old Royal Palace of the former Kathmandu Kingdom and is one of the three major palace squares…

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  • Kirtipur

    Kirtipur Located 5 km to the southwest of Kathmandu, is a small town on a hill named Kirtipur. Initially there were twelve gates to the town. Most parts of the…

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  • Pashupatinath Temple

    Located on the banks of the Bagmati River on the immediate eastern outskirts of Kathmandu, this temple is one of the most revered of Hindu temples in the world and…

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  • Patan

    The ancient name for Patan was Lalitpur which translates to 'City of Beauty' and is located 3 km southeast of Kathmandu and on the southern banks of the Bagmati River.…

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  • swyambhu nath or monkey temple

    Swayambhunath Swayambunath is an iconic Buddhist stupa that is easily recognizable; a golden spire that crowns a wooded hill and situated to the west of Kathmandu. Popularly referred to as…

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