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This tour takes you to the one the major religious & cultural place which also listed on the list of UNESCO world heritage site- Pashupatinath temple. And, another destination is Budanilkantha temple. Firstly, you will be driven to Pashupatinath.

Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu is one of the most revered pilgrimage destinations in Nepal. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this Hindu temple is situated in the heart of Kathmandu. It is sometimes written as Pashupatinath Temple also. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Pashupatinath Temple employs pagoda architecture. The roofs of the temple are made with copper and painted with gold. View Pashupatinath Temple Kathmandu Nepal pictures. The main festival of Pashupatinath temple is Shivaratri which is celebrated every year with huge enthusiasm and gala. Only Hindu pilgrims can enter the premises of the temple. Non-Hindus can admire the beauty of the temple from the other side of the Bagmati River, on the banks of which Pashupatinath Temple stands. Temple Location: Deopatan, near Kathmandu It is open throughout the day for visitors. Take lots of photos of Pashupatinath temple when you visit. It is recommended to visit either early morning or late evening to avoid afternoon heat.


Budanilkantha statue of the Hindu god Vishnu, located approximately 10 kilometers from the center of Kathmandu at the base of the Shivapuri Hill, is the largest and most beautiful stone carving in all of Nepal. It is also the most enigmatic. It is arved from a single block of black basalt stone of unknown origin, the Budanilkantha statue is 5 meters in length and it lies in a reclining position inside a recessed tank of water (representing the cosmic sea) that is 13 meters in length. Called the Sleeping Vishnu, or Jalakshayan Narayan, the statue depicts the deity reclining on the twisting coils of the cosmic serpent Shesha (Shesha is the eternal, multi-headed king of the serpent deities known as Nagas, and also is the servant of Vishnu). Vishnu’s legs are crossed and the eleven heads of Shesha cradle his head. Vishnu’s four hands hold objects that are symbols of his divine qualities: a chakra or disc (representing the mind), a conch-shell (the four elements), a lotus flower (the moving universe) and the club (primeval knowledge).



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