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The story goes that the king wanted to make a Shiva temple and have the deity installed on the second floor. One night in his dreams, Krishna came and asked him to make a Krishna temple. So he decided to have Radha & Krishna on...More
we were very lucky to arrive at the attraction while a funeral was taking time. we could see the whole rituals and ceremony that we used to see in films only.
i would recommend it would you wish to discover another culture
This three tiered temple is apparently the oldest structure in Durbar Square, but it is probably better known for the erotic carvings on its roof struts rather than its age. There are a number of stories as to the reason for these carvings, but it's...More
The Lord Krishna temple is having big complex housing no of building with basic Nepali architecture architecture.This temple was got damaged at place due to earthquake and part of the same is under repair.The architecture of building is worth watching
Please don't let the damage to this glorious city dampen your desire to travel here. Even though the magnificent temples in Durbar Square are not as pictured in previous photos (many of the quintessential temples pancaked), it is still a breathtaking experience to be here...More
I felt restoration is an art and they are trying to restore the former glory but the earthquake has really has demolished parts of the temple into mere rubbles. The original inscriptions are not there wholly and when I travelled they were still working on...More