Frequented by the locals as a 'healing deity of toothache', this open temple lies between Kathmandu Durbar Sqaure and Thamel. When locals have toothache, still today, before going to the dentist they take a small coin of any denomination, make a hole on it and pound onto the log of wood with the help of an iron nail. It is believed that in medieval time there was a tree and a statue here. Now only a piece of log is remained with hundreds of pierced coins and nails remain. It is also good for anyone to bow before this power place to request for prayers for 'health teeth'.
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