Pashupatinath Temple (5km east of Kathmandu), Pashupatinath is the Hindus holy pilgrims, most impotent Hindu Temple in Nepal and all over from India. Bathing at occasionally, funeral pyres burning on the Ghats and Stands on the banks of Bagmati River.The temple was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Monument list in 1979 AD.
Buddhanath Stupa (8km east of Kathmandu), is one of the largest stupas in Nepal and in the world and Number of monasteries and Tibetan artifacts selling the shop. The stupa was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Monument list in 1979 AD.
Budhanilkanatha (“Old Blue Throat”) is the sacred place of Hindu God Lord Vishnu, situated below the Shivapuri Hill approximately 8km from the center of Kathmandu Valley. The main statue of Budhanilkantha is the most beautiful and largest stone carvings in Nepal, carved from a single block of black basalt stone of unknown origin, is a remarkable and colossal statue of Lord Vishnu reclining on a bed of snakes which is 5m/16.4ft tall, is positioned in the middle of a recessed pool of water which is 13 m/42.65 ft. long. Budhanilkantha receives large numbers of pilgrims during Haribodhini Ekadashi, which takes place during the 11th day of the Hindu month of Karthik (October – November), is the major festival for the year in celebration of the awakening of Lord Vishnu from his long sleep.
Swayambhunath Stupa (3km west of Kathmandu), stands top of the top hill and people mostly knows as “Monkey Temple”. This has been registered in UNESCO heritage in 1979 AD.
Kathmandu Durbar Square is historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu’s Landmarks are considered World Heritage Sites; including the historic Durbar Square, the houses of living Hindu goddess and “Kumari House’’.the only living goddess in the world. It was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Monument list in 1979 AD.
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