Guhyeshwari Temple

Guhyeshwari Temple, Kathmandu

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Vijay
Bengaluru, India317 contributions
Shaktipeetham
Jun 2019
Temple allow you to touch the sacred place and take the holy water on your own, you will need to walk to this place or take a taxi. the experience in the temple is amazing.
Written November 4, 2019
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sunildhar21
New Delhi, India260 contributions
Wonderful Religious Feeling
Sep 2019 • Couples
This is most scared Place for Hindus in Nepal but it is not very popular destination for many tourists. The reason is simple it is not advertised as Tourist Destination by Govt as well as Travel Agents and Travel Sites. This place is only Shakti Peeth in Nepal as per Hindu Traditional Mythology. It is currently being renovated to its past glory. This temple is on the banks of most scared river of Nepal - the Bagmati. This place is open only for the Hindus.
Written September 30, 2019
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Anand_Pune_Travel
Pune, India36 contributions
Sakthipeeth
Jun 2018 • Family
Visited the temple. Nearby Pasupatinath temple.
One of the Shakteepeethas and Goddess is present here. Steps to be climbed before one can reach the temple. Prrmise has more small temples but unfortunately not in good shapes. Reconstruction was going on.
Lot of Nepalis get married in this temple.
Written November 26, 2018
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Malgudiboy
Mumbai, India319 contributions
Sakhti Pith!
Sep 2018 • Solo
It's one of the sakthi pith in the world. Beautiful temple. renovation work going on. Affected by Earthquake. Must visit place.
Written October 26, 2018
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Peregrineri
New Delhi, India940 contributions
Abandoned ruins
Jun 2018 • Solo
This little temple complex is crumbling and none of the temples are in use. It seems that it's not officially open for tourists, though there's a door in the building in front that is open. It appears that a caretaker and family live there along with their cow, though they obviously don't do much caretaking. There are some unusual features about it. It's located along the river pat, which makes for a pretty nice walk. It's behind Pashupati Nath.
Written June 14, 2018
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TRAVELLERANUP
Kolkata (Calcutta), India252 contributions
Jay Mata Di.
May 2018 • Friends
Believed to be 51 shaktipeeth, it is located just behind Main pashupati nath temple.

it isnot open to NON-HINDUS.

to reach here it would take around 15 mins by walking, and climbing around 100 stairs.

beware of the astrologers or the other babas in the mid way.
Written May 30, 2018
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Shreekant P
Bilimora, India553 contributions
Jay Mataji
May 2017 • Family
Jay Guhyeshvari mata. This temple is included in 51 shaktipith. It is effected after earthquake in nepal. Still is is soo much beautiful. The walking way is behind the pashupatinath temple crossing the bagmati river. It takes 20 minutes to reach by talking. Area is soo beautiful to must go there by walking.
Written May 25, 2017
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bhumi1008
Mantua, Italy55 contributions
'The Goddess by the bank of River bagmati'
Oct 2016
This temple is one of the most revered in the Valley of Kathmandu. As the Temple dedicated to the Mother Goddess, devotees visit here everyday but on Saturday you will find more. The Tantrik practitioners and the devotees visit this Shakti Path of Power Place for the perfection of their spiritual practices and also to offer prayers requesting the Goddess for supporting is healing physical and spiritual problems.
Written January 6, 2017
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Honisoiquimalypense
Derby, UK1,357 contributions
Not open to non-hindus,
Nov 2016 • Solo
This temple is not open to non-hindus and as such -it is difficult for a westerner to actually add any meaningful comment. The outside gate, which is quite ornate is quite interesting. Ghere are some quite nice but ancient stupas just to the right of the gate. Foreigners climb the hill by a flight of steps to the right of the temple. There are lots of monkeys here.
Written November 17, 2016
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Sudhir K
Kathmandu, Nepal232 contributions
Guhyeshwari Temple
Aug 2016 • Couples
the temple of Guhyeshwari lies 1km east of pashupatinath , it is believed that the temple of Guhyeshwari emerged from the fallen part of sati devi while lord shive was carrying her dead body in sorrow , the temple was built by kind pratap malla in 17th century .
Written September 16, 2016
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