It is very interesting place .you can know and see hindu cultural in pasupatinath.you can cremation cermony in there. It was intersting eatching the temple life.
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First of all it is a very important place both for hindu and budist people. Unfortunately not hindus are not allowed on the main temple, but you can enjoy the view from the rivrside to people on the other side, in the temple. And you...More
The visit to the cremation site could be somewhat disturbing if you are not hindu...so you need to be aware of this. Locals and guides do not pay but tourists are expected to pay the entry fee, and please remember unless you are Hindu or...More
I find this whole scenario disturbing. You pay to get into this world heritage site, and immediately are hounded by guides, that will continue to follow and harass you despite saying "no" multiple times. The place is filthy with trash as well as monkey, dog,...More
This is an old complex requiring a good bit of walking. You cannot access the temple but can take photos outside. Guides are available for hire.
I strongly recommend visiting the place to get a unique perspective of how Hinduism treats death- and therefore life. This place is not to admire beauty, architecture or to debate if it meets the UNESCO standards as other reviewers argue. The place shows you how...More
We entered from the south and paid the $10usd entry. We were immediately set upon by tenacious vendors. Several cremations were underway. We wandered a bit and departed to the north. We noted that visitors entering the north portal were not paying an entry fee......More
A really incredible place to go watch the cremations, locals and guides do not pay but tourists do to view this, and please remember unless you are Hindu or local you cannot view the interior of the temple.. walking around the grounds and seeing the...More
Being able to watch families cremate their loved ones was insane. The whole experience was mesmerizing and definitely worth a visit if you're in Kathmandu. Only problem was the beggars but didn't detract from the atmosphere at all.