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This temple is located inside the city and is not near the lake. It’s a hindu temple who is really alive, you can see how the local people bring offerings and are praying. I don’t know, because it was sunday, but it was crowded with...More
This is a very nice, quiet temple in the city of Pokhara. Mainly for the devotees of Lord Shiva. Peace of mind is what you get once there. Weather might play a part of you’re visiting this temple. October-December recommended.
The Bindebashini Temple is located in the area of the Bazaar and is one of Pokhara’s oldest temples. Legend has it that when Pokhara was part of the Kaski Kingdom, Goddess Durga, the temple’s main deity, was brought from India. On a clear day, you...More
At the end of the day just before sunset we were take to this temple. From the side where our driver parked, there are about 50 plus steps and once you make it to the top, it is a beautiful sight. Vindhya Vasini's on one...More
Please kindly note that this temple is NOT the temple on the small island in Phewa Lake. Some uploaded photos shows that it is in the lake and that is NOT correct. Please visit this place is you are interested in Hinduism. It is a...More
The ancient Bindhya Basini Temple sits atop a small hill in Old Pokhara. Founded in the 17th century, the temple is sacred to Durga, the warlike incarnation of Parvati, worshipped here in the form of a saligram (a fossilised ammonite shell, considered a sacred form...More