Heritage of Bhaktapur

Shiddhi Laxmi temple; a platform to enjoy the breathtaking festivals of Bhaktapur

Shiddhi Laxmi temple of Bhaktapur Durbar Square is also called Lohan Dega, the stone temple. It was first positioned by King Jagat Prakash Malla...

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The most fascinating Statue of king bhupatindra Malla

The statue of king bhupatindra Malla is one of the finest examples of metallic artworks. You necessitate going to taleju bell to have a...

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Nyatapola: the tallest Nepalese temple of Nepal

Nyatapola is a five-storeyed ancient temple that makes each Bhaktapurians feel so proud. People may have very little knowledge about Bhaktapur city. But, within...

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Shiddhapokhari; the biggest manmade pond of Bhaktapur

Shiddhapokhari, the biggest pond of Bhaktapur Shiddhapokhari is one of the busiest ponds of Bhaktapur. Mostly, teenagers and college students walk in and around...

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Ugrachandi; the statue of the most furious goddess

Here, we have another contribution of King Bhupatindra Malla. The sculpture of Ugrachandi. She is considered as the furious goddess in the locality since...

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Golden gate; an alluring masterpiece of Bhaktapur Durbar Square

The golden and alluring attire, more worthwhile to see in Bhaktapur durbar square is the golden gate. Although this masterwork is erected near 55...

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55 window palace; the palace of mysterious carvings

Right behind a golden masterpiece, the golden gate, you can find another majestic masterpiece. Of course within the durbar square.  That master of the...

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Vatsala Durga Temple; after the devastating earthquake of 2015

Vatsala Durga temple is the white elegance of Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It looks more like the Krishna Mandir of Patan but it’s not the...

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