Hiked the 14k from Nagarkot to this nice temple atop a small hill. It's worth the NR 300 entrance as it has wonderful wood and metal work.
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This is a wonderful temple which I first saw in 1994 and this was my fourth visit drawn vack to Bhaktapur by the beauty of the architecture and quality of workmanship. Like many other neighbouring buildings scaffolding mars current view.
Dedicated to Lord Vishnu this temple is located about 8 km from Bhaktapur town. If you are visiting Bhaktapur Durbar Square make sure that you touch down to Changunarayan Temple as well. The driving time is about 30 min from Bhaktapur Durbar square. The temple...More
The temple complex itself dates back over a thousand years, with additions added throughout time. The main temple was damaged in the 2015 earthquake, so it's covered by scaffolding right now in 2017, but still worth a visit as there are many masterpieces of hindu...More
The reconstruction of the temple is basically complete now, though the scaffolding has yet to be removed. It's a beautiful old temple in a wonderful, peaceful location at the top of the hill. There are an amazing number of thangka painters with studios lining the...More
Old site with calm feeling yet great Art and fine atmosphere Lovely Hindu shrine Devastation of earthquake brought home by seeing this 1600 year old temple in pieces
The temple was at the end of the trek I did from Nagarkot and whilst the temple is steeped in historical relevance it was in a poor state as it was being repaired post the earthquake of 2015. Having said that it is the oldest...More
The tag of being the oldest temple in Nepal always demanded a visit and we were not a single bit disappointed. The temple is about an hours drive from Kathmandu and pretty close to Bhaktapur. There is a museum inside the premises on the way...More