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Went to this place with my Indian family and was not allowed to enter because I was a foreigner. They said it was because I was not Hindu, but how would they know? An American-Indian could have easily gotten in ( and be a non-hindu)...More
We visited the temple on a Friday afternoon and there was a ceremony ongoing. Its good place to learn more about the Hindu culture with a guide to explain what is happening however you might feel uncomfortable witnessing the whole process of the ceremony. As...More
The 1000 npr entrance fee is a bit insulting for westerners who can't even visit or see the temple they are paying to maintain. There isn't even a proper viewing platform to see the main temple instead you can kind of sort of peek a...More
Everything was amazing at this temple except people inside who are not even staff would take ur cell phone if you take videos or photos and would delete everything before even you can check it, this was disgusting and not acceptable, another thing was that...More
I had a guide and was grateful, without him I wouldn’t have gone in! We went on the last Monday of the nepal month so it was packed with women ending fasting. So much color and beauty!
It’s a real holy place. This is where...More
Hindu temple, one of the four most important religious sites in Asia for Shiva devotees. The largest temple complex in Nepal, it stretches on both sides of Bagmati River which is considered holy by Hindus. The golden temple is closed when we went there. Interestingly,...More
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First,take a bus from Birganj to Kathmandu.After you reach Kathmandu city take a bus going towards Tribhuvan Airport.Speak to the conductor and ask him to drop you near Pashupatinath Temple.You can easily walk the the last... More
First,take a bus from Birganj to Kathmandu.After you reach Kathmandu city take a bus going towards Tribhuvan Airport.Speak to the conductor and ask him to drop you near Pashupatinath Temple.You can easily walk the the last 250 meters.