The temple is on the edge of Durbar Square and is guarded by a statue of Lord Shiva. It is easy to miss, but it is actually item 1 in the leaflet distributed by the Hanuman-Dhoka Durbar Conservation Project. The temple is located in the north of Durbar Square and is not part of the paid area. Its history can be traced back to 1561, but after serious restoration, its materials have nothing to do with it.
If you have faith to worship Buddha, tourists just need to visit. The scale here is quite large and the believers come the most
This temple is in Durbar Square. A local person explained that it is the monk who will guide the newly-adult ladies on this day. The lively appearance is also quite interesting.
Fortunately, if you go at the right time, they will catch up with their activities, which is still very interesting
The incense is very strong, there are many lay people, and you can eat fast food here. Very quiet, clean, and quiet temple
A local person explained that it is the monk who will guide the newly grown lady on this day. The lively appearance is also quite interesting. Be sure to check it out.