Mrigasthali Deer Park
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Peregrineri
New Delhi, India948 contributions
Jun 2018 • Solo
It's a nice park for a walk, with some temples you can visit. No sign of any deer, unfortunately. It's on a hill near Pashupati Nath overlooking the Bagmati River.You do have to climb up. It's definitely not accessible.
Written June 14, 2018
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bhumi1008
Mantua, Italy55 contributions
Nov 2016 • Friends
From the bank of Bagmati on the other side of the Temple of Pashupatinath, you have to walk about 100 steps and you reach the 'slesmantak vana' which is now named as the Deer Park. Myths related to this tell about how Shiva and Parvati danced and transfigured themselves into different human and animal forms. Now many varieties of medicinal plants are planted and different species of animals are also kept including deer, goats cows, etc. Must visit
Written January 5, 2017
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Dattatreya G
Bhaktapur, Nepal15 contributions
Nov 2015
Mriga Mean the Deer and thali mean The place,it mean Deer place.the Dear park is also located in the pashupati area. In this pashupati area you found Monkey, deer,cow and various kinds of birds.
Written August 24, 2016
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atmanand douglas
Uttar Kashi466 contributions
Oct 2015 • Friends
Mrigasthali Hill is the area around Pashupati Nath, with fabulous ancient temples and scenes from all stages of life, sadhus, families, cremation grounds. Everything. Unfortunately there is a hefty entry fee, and that does not allow you to visit temples if you are not from the Indian Sub Continent. No foreigners allowed. Not even Hindu foreigners! In the zeal to preserve purity, this is not a good option for tourists.
Written October 31, 2015
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