Digu Bhairava Temple

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Digu Bhairava Temple is one of the most prominent temples of Digu tole, thimi. The locals worship Digu Bhairava as their linage deity. Thus, the southern door of the temple is always kept open for the populace while the other door (the eastern one) is open on bare occasions.

It is a two-storeyed temple made in N.S. 600 (B.S. 1536) and one can easily reach over there. All you need to do is follow the same main road of thimi. Nearby, you could also find the temple of Digu Ganesha, Brihaspati, Narayan, Mahadeva, Chaitya, Dabalis and Patis.

Well, on one of those pati, one of the famous jatras of thimi, the tongue piercing one takes place that in each year after the day of Yenya Punhi (Indra jatra). Also, the temple is whirled by the palanquins during Biska jatra, stating that it is one of the most important temples of Thimi.

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