This temple was built by King Jagat Jaya Malla of the Mara Dynasty, and originally there was a statue of Narayan in the temple. In 1766, the idol was stolen. Two years later, Pritvi. Narayan. The Shah captured the Kathmandu Valley and replaced the Narayan statue with the statue of Bagwati.
Further north is the Bhagwati Temple, with its three-story roof, which was built in the early days of the temple, where many of the most precious statues were treasured, and unfortunately some of them were stolen in 1766. Shortly after the Shah's first king, Narayan, unified Nepal, he placed the treasured statue of Bhagwati in a temple. Every April, the statue is sent to the village of Nuwakot, 65 kilometers from Kathmandu, where there is a grand Hindu festival.
In the square of Duba, Kathmandu, it is a good find, is a 3-story, and there are 3 top temples, the ground floor is already shops, selling so-called art. Yes, the windows above the second floor balcony and other ancient buildings are well preserved.
Physical and mental peace Full of fireworks Nanwu Amitabha Buddha Goodness Goodness Goodness Incense is especially good, communication is also convenient very quiet! Suggest everyone to worship Buddha devoutly!
It's a nice small temple to see not only the religion but also the architecture of the country and culture