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The ancient city Bhaktapur lies on the Eastern part of Kathmandu valley which is also known as Bhadgaon or Khwopa. The historical monument on around signifies medieval age culture and tradition of Nepal and this old city is inhabited by indigenous...more
The monuments and buildings of Bhaktapur Durbar square are excellent masterpieces of stone and brick. Stone stairways leading up to monuments are adorned on either side with intricate stone carvings of lions, elephants, horses and of princes and princesses. In addition on the red brick...More
How has Nepal Society moving can be accessed after visiting Bhaktapur only. Look at Architecture of buildings and planning of development of hilly township can be appreciated. How people were key to kings idea of ruling and above all how God is given due recognition....More
Thi Durbar Square is big and nice.. actually Durbar Square was a area of a castle.. but some of the building was destroyed by tge earthquake.. but you still can see a lot of very good old Nepal architectual and design.. this place is a...More
...when visiting Kathmandu. It took 1000 rupees for a taxi here from Thamel, another 1500 for the admittance. A bit pricey but worth it. The sites and temples are in relatively good condition despite the earthquake. I hired a young guide who led me around...More
A must see while visiting Kathmandu, however once it gets dark the shops close and the monuments and temples are not lit. The place is dark and feels deserted. Hopefully one day they‘ll illuminate these beautiful temples at night.
Went with guide and walked into the centre. Narrow lanes,stalls and ancient monuments repaired after the earthquake. There was a public holiday in for the festival of the cow. This is when they dress up and parade pictures of relatives who have died in the...More
A UNESCO world heritage site with few patches in reconstruction after the 2015 earthquake that left a lot of damage across the area. Nevertheless, a very exciting visit always as one gets to immerse themselves in the rich history of the bhaktapur kingdom. There are...More
Wander shops , circle temple and engage in meditation as you circle stupa and smile with hundreds of monks in celebration of Life and appreciation of the suffering and yet spiritual strength of all living creatures