Top 5 Historical Temple in Kathmandu Valley

Historical Temple in Kathmandu

Historical Temple in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal Temple and dwellings merge into one another in what must be one of the world’s most bewitching urban landscapes. Every byway in the Kathmandu valley turns up religious icons. Like Bhaktapur’s Jamuna goddess, mounted on a turtle. 5 Historical temple in Kathmandu Seto Machhendranath Temple At the other end … Read more

Changu Narayan Temple History and Attraction

Changu Narayan Temple History

The Changu Narayan Temple, Kathmandu’s oldest pagoda-style temple on top of a hill, is majestic in its almost abandoned splendour. Hundreds of delicately carved erotic depictions adorn its sides and surroundings. Changu Narayan Temple History It was built around the 4th or 5th century during the reign of the Licchavi dynasty by King Mandev. Changu … Read more

Evidence Found Birthplace of Lord Buddha in Lumbini

Birthplace of Lord Buddha Lumbini

Nineteen Kilometers (12 miles) southwest of Bhairawa is Lumbini, The birthplace of lord buddha (Siddharth Gautam) in 540 BC. Since 1958 Lumbini has been in the hands of an international committee established by the Fourth World Buddhist Conference and initially funded by a substantial contribution from King Mahendra. Evidence of buddha birth place in Lumbini … Read more

Religious importance of Pashupatinath temple

Religious importance of Pashupatinath temple

Pashupatinath temple is the holiest and most famous of all Nepal’s Hindu shrines. Perched on the banks of the Bagmati, at Deoptan, Pashupatinath is reserved exclusively for Hindu worshipers. Thickly populated with hundreds of rhesus monkeys, regarded by Hindu believers as kin of the gods, sun, and stars- provides the best view of the pagoda’s … Read more

Fact about Swayambhunath Temple (Monkey temple)

question mark nose of the Buddha at Swayambhunath temple

There is no image more evocative of Nepal than the heavy-lidded, summer sky-blue eyes of The Buddha at Swayambhunath temple, near Kathmandu. The heavy-lidded eyes and question mark nose of the Buddha at Swayambhunath temple is, along with the Annapurna skyline, the most evocative image of Nepal. Opposite of swayamphunath temple is Machhpuchhare, the holy … Read more