Nepal, a home to many temples is famous for its ancient heritages. People following different types of religion are found here. These people have their own temples, stupas, mosque and church that they visit. Though Nepal is secular country today, it was a Hindu country before and followed different God and Goddess. As a devotion to God they built different types of temples and worshipped then. These monuments in today date have a great importance. Nepal Temple Tour will introduce you to these places.
Kathmandu valley including Patan and Bhaktapur are the valleys with temples, shrines, traditional monuments and heritages. These three places have many temples made in an artistic ways. Three palaces and the temples surrounding the palaces are equally beautiful and have artistic values. Taleju Bhawani, Kumari house, Shiva Parbati Temple, Kaalbhaairab, Swet Bhairab, are the temples to watch in Kathmandu. Whereas in Patan, Krishna Mandir, Mahaboudha, Golden temple, Banglamukhi temple are to visit. Taleju, Nayatapool and other several temples are there to visit in Bhaktapur.
Pashupatinath mandir is the holy temple of hindus. Thousands of pilgrims visit this temple. Swayambhunath is another place which is culturally rich both hindus and Buddhist worship there. Boudhanath is another stupa which is largest in the world. Changunarayan temple lies in Bhaktapur district and is equally important cultural heritage as others are. The temple dates back to 5th century BS, the Nepalese calendar. Manakamana is another temple in Gorkha district. This temple is regarded as the temple to make wishes. As it is believed that if we wish something in this temple, it gets fulfilled. Budhanilkantha is another temple to visit in Kathmandu valley with its statue of Lord Bishnu on the water-bed. Hindus worship this temple and visit several times to pay show their devotion.