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Phasi dega – Hindu Temple in Bhaktapur

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During the 1934 quake, the original Phasi dega (dega means temple in Nepali Bhasa) was destroyed, and its replacement was notable more as a landmark than for any significant architectural merit. In the 2015 earthquake, the temple was destroyed. Currently, there are two pairs of guardian statues of elephants, lions, and cattle on the six-level […]

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Doleshwor Mahadeva Temple

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The Head Part of Kedarnath Temple, in Uttarakhand, India, is the Doleshwor Mahadeva Temple, in the Suryabinayak Municipality. Pilgrims visiting Nepal should not miss this temple dedicated to Doleshwor Mahadeva. Getting to the holy temple from Kathmandu will take about one and a half hours. Doleshwar Mahadev Temple is located 20 km outside of Kathmandu […]

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Siddha Pokhari of Bhaktapur

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Siddha Pokhari of Bhaktapur

Siddha Pokhari (also known as Ta: Pukhu in local language) is one of the traditional pond of Bhaktapur. It is a large and deepest artificial rectangular pond, so Ta: Pukhu is named to this pond. It is located at Dudhpati, Bhaktapur. It lies on the way to the Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Siddha Pokhari was built […]

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Nyatapola Temple of Bhaktapur

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Nyatapola Temple of Bhaktapur

Nyatapola Temple is also known as Nyatpol or 5 storied temple in the local language. It is located in Taumadi Square, the heart of the Bhaktapur District. It was built in 1702 AD with the 5 stories. Nyatapola Temple is Nepal’s tallest temple. It was build in pagoda style. Nyatapola temple is devoted to Goddess […]

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Changunarayan Temple of Bhaktapur

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Changunarayan Temple is one of the oldest temple of Kathmandu valley. It was built by the Lichhavi King Mandev in the fifth century. It was listed in the World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979 AD. It is a two-storied temple build in a pagoda-style. Changu Narayan is the most authentic described located in […]

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Wakupati Narayan Temple of Bhaktapur

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Wakupati Narayan Temple has great importance in the people of Bhaktapur city. It is located at a little distance on the eastern of the Dattatraya temple. It has a lovely specimen of metalwork. This Narayan Temple is enclosed within a stone-paved courtyard. Wakupati Narayan temple is a two-storied temple. It is also built in the […]

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Bhairab Nath Temple

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Bhairavnath Temple is one of the ancient and has the most importance in Bhaktapur. Bhairavnath Temple is a three-storeyed temple. It is located in the Taumadi square side by the Nyatapola temple, Nepal’s tallest temple of Pagoda style. Bhairavnath temple is also built-in pagoda style. The story behind the Bhairavnath temple is once a man […]

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Dattatraya Temple of Bhaktapur

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Dattatraya is the combined incarnation of three supreme gods of Hinduism. Gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Maheshwar (also known as shiva or Mahadev in Nepali) are combined known as Dattatraya. Dattatraya Temple is located at the Tachapal tole of Bhaktapur. It was built in 1427 Ad by King Yakshya Malla. And King Raja Malla which is […]

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55 Windows palace of Bhaktapur Durbar Square

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One of the masterpieces of woodcarving is 55 windows palace of Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It is located aside by the Golden Gate and in front of the big bell. 55 windows palace was build during the early 15th century. Later Bhupatindra Malla renovated in 1754 AD. Also due to the earthquake, there were some cracks […]

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The Golden Gate of Bhaktapur Durbar Square

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One of the artistic masterpieces of the Kathmandu valley is The Golden Gate of Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It lies in the northeast corner of the Square. Garuda (also known as Garud in local language) and the goddess Kali is killing the snake is on the gate. The golden gate is the great work of the […]