Pashupatinath Temple – Nepal

Sri Pashupatinath has been the presiding deity of the ancient rulers of Kathmandu Valley. There is no certified history of the construction of this temple, but at some places it is mentioned that the temple was built by Pashupreksha the king of Somdev dynasty. There are temples of many deities in different parts of Nepal. Some places in Nepal have become famous because of the temples of the gods and goddesses. There are temples of Hindu gods and goddesses like Bishnu, Shiva, Rama, Krishna, Ganesh, etc. everywhere. The temple of Pashupatinath, also known as the temple of Lord Shiva, is one of the famous temples of Nepal. Pashupatinath temple is very big. There are many other temples of gods and goddesses around this temple. This temple has its own courtyard. The main entrance to the courtyard of this temple is on the west side. People of other religions are not allowed to enter the fire of Pashupatinath temple except Hindus. Therefore, the temple of Pashupatinath is not the only temple that can be worshiped by Hindus. For Hindus, this temple has great glory. There are many beautiful plants in the area. The walls of this temple are adorned with beautiful idols and various kinds of plants. Its gate is made of gold. This Pashupatinath temple, built in the style of a pagoda with many shrubs, looks very beautiful. Pashupatinath temple is considered as a holy pilgrimage not only for Nepali Hindus but also for Hindus all over the world. This temple is also seen as a masterpiece of architecture. At first glance, this temple looks very beautiful. The beauty outside the temple attracts foreign tourists. Even though it is far away, foreign tourists visiting this temple are happy to see it. This temple has become a place of interest not only from the religious point of view but also from the point of view of artistic beauty.

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  1. vermavkv says:

    Nice information.
    Thanks for sharing..

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