Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal. It is known as city of temples where we find many cultural heritages and panoramic scene of mountain and Sibapuri national park. It links us to the culturally and naturally by its natural and historical places.There are lots of temples which are the significance of cultural as well as traditional heritage. Mainly Pashupatinath and Swoyambhunath temples, Patan Durbar Square,Bouddha Stupa,Bhaktapur Durbar Square are the specific visiting places by all the people from the world and exotic views of Langtang and Ganesh Himal can be observed.
The Swoyambhunath located near about 4 kms. This Buddhist Stupa is the 2000 thousands year old constructed by solid hemisphere of bricks and earth with lofty conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. Painted on the four sided base of the spire are all seeing eyes of Lord Buddha.
Patan Durbar Squire
The Patan is five km far from Kathmandu city. Patan is in Lalitpur district is the cities of fine arts closed with four Stupas build in 3rd century AD by Emperor Ashoka. We will visit and see the Durbar Square; the Krishna Temple built by Siddhi Narsingh Malla, Hiranya Varna Mabavihar and Mahabouddha Temple. This trip also leads to the Tibetan Refugee Camp and the real Handicraft centre will also be got while visiting Patan where we will have the opportunity to witness the hand weaving Tibetan carpets and mounding of metal.
The Pashupatinath situated approximately 5 km east of Kathmandu city. It is the great temple of lord Shiva and most holistic place. It is on the bank of sacred Bagmati River with lush green natural setting. The temple built in pagoda style with gold roofs by carved silver doors. Visitors are allowed to view the temple from east bank of Bagmati River, entrance in the temple has been strictly forbidden to all non Hindus. Pashupatinath is the centre of annual pilgrimage on the Day of Mahashivaratri, which falls in the month of February/March.
Bouddha Stupa is 8 km east of Kathmandu city, which is one of the biggest Stupa in the world of its kind. It stands with four pairs of eyes in the four cardinal direction keeping watch for righteous behavior and human prosperity. King Mandev built this Buddhist Stupa at the advice of the Goddess Mani Jogini. It has built on an octagonal base inset with prayer wheels, the shrine ringed by house of Lamas or Buddhist priest.