Square is surrounded by ancient buildings, some of them were distorted due to earthquake. Place is nice to walk around, people will offer guidance, etc. So many pigeons and some people feeding them. S...
Patan Durbar Square gives a nice insight into time gone by in Nepal. The old Temples and Palace Buildings are classical examples of Newari architecture and have exquisite craftsmanship. Surrounding t...
I think the perfect life would have a lot of sunshine in it, like Durbar Square in Kathmandu. There are many people who enjoy the outdoors here and love to sit quietly and feed the pigeons. When I look at them, I feel very happy. It is the child’s innocence, the piety of the adults, the release of the tourists, and the joy of their own moment. If there is a place that can slow me down and get me to enjoy the moment, it is here. The people’s understanding of life makes me feel at ease here in Nepal.
My first impression of Kathmandu was not very beautiful. When walking on the streets, there is dust everywhere, and people want to escape from the city as soon as possible. The small town in the valley carries the hustle and bustle of the streets. The first feeling that people always get is always a little messy.
However, after a few days of close contact, I discovered that if I had enough patience and settled down, I could explore its unique charm. It is the friendly people that are the most attractive part of the city.
Basantapur is the heart of Kathmandu city. It carries a lot of cultural and historical significance for the people of Nepal. Known for its rich culture and arts, Basantapur is the hub for tourists and visitors.
Basantapur Durbar Square is the heart and soul of Basantapur. It is one of the three Durbar Squares situated in the Kathmandu valley. Enlisted as a UNESCO cultural heritage site, this durbar square has attracted a lot of tourists from across the globe. There are various temples and monuments inside the Durbar Square such as Taleju Temple, (which is only open during Nawami of Vijaya Dashain) the bell, Hanuman Dhoka, Kumari Chowk.
On the Durbar Square in Kathmandu, those who hold candles and pray.
Whether it is a person, a dog, or a dove, in this swaying flame, a very harmonious and tranquil environment is formed.
Kathmandu Durbar Square was once the place where the city-state king was crowned and crowned. Today, this square is still the center of the old city and a glorious world cultural heritage of Kathmandu. The square preserves the 16th--19th century monuments of Nepal. There are dozens of temples and palaces. The architecture of the red bricks is very characteristic and worthy of savoring.