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Krisnhna Mandir Temple (Chayasim Deval)

Durbar Marg, Patan (Lalitpur) 44700, Nepal
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This stunning temple is Nepal’s finest example of Shikhara style architecture, not quite as popular as the Pagoda style but taller and more ornate.
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Durbar Marg, Patan (Lalitpur) 44700, Nepal
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Reviewed yesterday

Amazing architecture, enriched with wonderful works of art. The Krishna Mandir Temple is located on Durbar Square. It is surrounded by magnificent buildings, temples, shops and always a lot of people. The three storey stone temple is the finest stone monument in Nepal. Like everything...More

Thank Asiyah Noemi K
Reviewed November 7, 2017 via mobile

Shikara style temple dedicated to lord krishna , the suprim god of the great epics Mahabharata. Temple look like a mountain with 21 pinnacle, whole temple was build from stone with beautiful carving. One of the specialty of this temple is the whole story of...More

Thank Yogendra R
Reviewed October 23, 2017 via mobile

It is for those that want to sightsee! It's quite historic and also see the effect after earthquake.... it's quite interesting and beautiful! :) slightly overcrowded but it is still worth it!

Thank Nisha B
Reviewed October 13, 2017 via mobile

Currently under repair so not so scenic. Since I am a product of the sixties seeing this inspired visions of the Krishna everywhere in the US. Definitely worth a look but hard to feel the place with all of the scaffolding. Easy to take it...More

Thank TAMAN1951
Reviewed June 27, 2017

This 8-sided stone temple is located near the south entrance of Patan’s Durbar Square. It’s quite different from the wooden buildings in the rest of Patan’s Durbar Square.

Thank Bill C
Reviewed June 27, 2017

This temple is open to generic public only 2 or 3 times a year and I went inside the temple after the earthquake. Strongly built by our ancestors. But you don't need to go inside the temple. Just admire the beauty from outside.

Thank pratikjoshi448
Reviewed June 14, 2017 via mobile

This is a very beautiful temple of Lord Krishna. The architects have done a marvellous job while constructing it.

Thank Ashima T
Reviewed June 3, 2017

Temple is next to the durbar square and has a great architecture. Building is partly damaged by earthquake.

Thank nik_0107
Reviewed May 16, 2017

My friend and I visited this Temple on April 4,2017. Shikara-style Krisnhna Mandir Temple (Chayasim Deval) stands out with its ornate stonework. Built in 1637 by King Siddhinarsingh Malla to house Hindu deities. Under the twenty-one golden pinnacles, three floors enshrine Hindu deities: the first...More

Thank Aury D
Reviewed April 26, 2017 via mobile

This monument truely is one of the best attraction in Lalitpur Durbar Square made only from stone, which truely is a masterpiece of an art.

Thank Bibek R
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