Wednesday, July 27, 2011

World Heritage of Nepal Pashupatinath

Pashupatinath Backside
As its name indicates, Pashupatinath temple is a temple of Lord Shiva and is the holiest site for Hindus. The sacred temple is on the banks of sacred Bagmati River 5 km east of Kathmandu city. The Hindus are prohibited from entering the temple. It has two levels of roof and four silver doors. Devotees from all over the world come here to pay homage to the god Shiva.
Pashupatinath Back side in at night

Pashupatinath temple, with its astonishing architectural beauty, stands as a symbol of faith, religion, culture and tradition, and is of the biggest temples of Hindus in the world.

 Pashupatinath covers and area of 281 hectares, which is one of the main temple multifaceted in Nepal, and nath is believed to have been regarded as one of the holiest sites for Hindus all over the world.


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