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Kathmandu Durbar Square


Kathmandu Durbar Square in the heart of old Kathmandu city in Basantapur never fails to impress first time visitors with its intricate wood carvings and rich history. Surrounded by concrete buildings, the complex is an oasis in a fast developing, chaotic modern city. Once the residence of Nepal's Royal family, » Read More

Patan Durbar Square


Patan Durbar Square complex is perhaps the most photographed of the three durbar squares. Located in the heart of Patan city, this was once the palace of the kings of Patan. The square is a display of Newari architecture that had reached its pinnacle during the reign of Malla kings who were great builders and . » Read More

Bhaktapur Durbar Square


The least busy among the durbar squares is Bhaktapur Durbar Square in the center of Bhaktapur city. Showcasing architecture that dates back to the Malla period, the square is the most charming, with wide open spaces that are off limits to vehicular traffic. In Bhaktapur you will see some of the finest medieval » Read More

Pashupatinath


The holiest shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath is one of the four most important religious sites in Asia for devotees of Shiva. Built in the 5th Century and later renovated by Malla kings, the site itself is said to have existed from the beginning of the millennium when a Shiva lingam was discovered in » Read More

Boudhanath


The awesome structure of Bouddhanath is indeed inspiring. The 36-meter-high stupa of Bouddhanath is one of the largest stupas in South Asia. With countless monasteries surrounding it, Bouddhanath is the center of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. Built in the shape of a mandala designed to replicate the Gyangtse » Read More

Swayambhu


Swoyambhu literally means 'Self-Existent One.' Swoyambhunath is believed to have been established more than 2,500 years ago. According to translations from an inscription dating back to 460 A.D., it was built by King Manadeva and by the 13th century, Swoyambhunath had developed into an important center of Buddhism. » Read More

Changunarayan


Perched on a hill and visible from miles around, the Changu Narayan temple stands majestically above the rice fields of Bhaktapur. Dedicated to Vishnu, the Preserver the temple’s origins go back to the 4th century. A fifth century stone inscription in the temple proclaims it as one of the oldest shrines of the » Read More

Panauti


32 Km Southeast of Kathmandu sits Panauti at the sacred confluence of the Roshi Khola(river) and Pungmati Khola. A third ‘invisible river’ Padmabati is said to join the other two rivers at Panauti, making it a particularly sacred spot. » Read More

Bungmati And Khokana


Khokana is a Newar village lying 8Km South of Patan. Bu ngmati is located within an walking distance from Khokana. The villages are renowned for its traditional village life style, ancient temples and mustard oil produced in traditional way. » Read More

Budhanilkantha


About 8Km north of Kathmandu at the base of Shivapuri hill is a remarkable colossal statue of Hindu God Vishnu, reclining on the bed of Snakes over a small pond. As it lies off the main travelers circuit, so most of the visitors are local devotees. The shrine was created around 5th to 7th Century » Read More