On the five-story pedestal to the west is the Trailokya Mohan Narayan Temple. In front of the temple is a statue of Vishnu’s mount Galuda (Garuda in Indian mythology). Every Indra festival, people On the platform on the east side of the temple, dressed as 10 avatars of Vishnu, dance to show respect.
To the south of Maju Deval Temple is the Trailokya Mohan Narayan (Trailokya Mohan Narayan), which is small in size and has five-fold eaves. It is under repair at this time. There is a kneeling Garuda statue in front of the temple. People can recognize it as a Narayan/Vishnu temple at a glance. This huge statue of Galuda was later built by the widow of King Prithvibendra Malla after his death. On the pillars and panes of the temple are carved portraits of Vishnu followers. Unfortunately, due to the maintenance, these can not be seen. On Indra Festival, people pretend to be 10 incarnations of Vishnu and dance to their hearts' content on the platform on the east side of the temple to show respect.
The statue at the door is still there, not bad, and the environment is very good.
Wander around Durbar Square, looking for 55 exquisite peacock windows. Visiting the beautiful and ancient Changgunarayan Temple, the exquisite temple carved from alder wood will surely amaze you. Simple and pious believers, shrines worshipped in the streets and alleys, use your eyes to see and experience this colorful ancient city full of gods and Buddhas.
Changu is a small town near Bhaktapur, about 22 kilometers away from Kadu. ChanguNarayan Temple stands on a hill in Changu, or on a ridge