Aashapuri precisely means a place where your wishes come true. The term Aasha means the wishes and puri means a place in the Nepalese language.
Here, the Aashapuri reforms the shape of a sacred temple, lying on the bank of the two rivers. It is a Shiva temple thus every Monday, especially on the month of Shrawan, a lot of devotees pay a visit over there in the belief that they would have a good and prosperous life if they please the Bholenath (Mahadev).
Besides, it seems full of devotees on the day of Shivaratri and Teej too.
The site is quite awe-inspiring for green panthers too. A two and a half-hour hike from Doleshwor Mahadeva via different settlements and lush woods wouldn’t be a waste to attempt.
If you plan a day hike to do in Bhaktapur, then this destination could be a perfect one.
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Suryabinayak Municipality, Bhaktapur District, Nepal