Not many tourists come here, but there are many local residents. The temple is located at the northernmost end of the square and its history can be traced back to the reign of the Mala Dynasty in 1561. This place is one of the serious sacred places for Hindu followers.
Continue to walk northeast, you can see a red brick foundation, white spire Kakeshwar Temple (Kakeshwar Temple), was built in 1681, destroyed in 1934 earthquake, after reconstruction, the traditional red brick foundation is retained Its roof is a white spire of the Shikhara style unique to India.
At the concentration of temple culture, you can see temples of different eras, different styles and even different beliefs. Although there are many people and dense temples, it is rare to photograph still life without people, but the locals will wear them with ethnic characteristics~ it is also a scene
I prefer to go to a place to visit the temple there. For peace and happiness, go here to purify the soul
It's beautiful and big, and it feels like new! The temple was quiet and incense filled, and the courtyard was large and orderly.