Located at the northernmost end of Durbar Square, it is dedicated to the god of trade and commerce. Bhimsen is a hero described in "Mahabharata" (Mahabharata), and is said to be particularly strong. Bowls, spoons and cups were nailed to the pillars of the temple as offerings. The temple has three floors and was rebuilt in 1682. It was rebuilt twice after the 1934 earthquake and in 1967. On a pillar in front of the temple stands a lion sculpture.
The building is quite distinctive, and the appearance is very chronological.