Shiddhilaxmi temple is one of the most beautiful triumphs of the Malla period. This shikhara designed temple is also entitled by the name of lohan dega, which means stone temple. It was first positioned by King Jagat Prakash Malla on the southeast side of 55 windowed palaces.
The fifteen steps stair of this temple somehow is the most attractive wedge. That contains a total of five plinths, where each plinth has a pair of a guardian. The very first plinth has a pair of standing men, then the horses, rhinos, human-faced lions, and at last, the camels.
They are placed respectively from bottom to top. Besides these stunning stone carvings, this venerable temple set out a platform to enjoy the breathtaking festivals of Bhaktapur.
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Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Municipality, Bhaktapur District, Nepal.