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Machhendranath Temple was largely destroyed by the Earthquake that hit Nepal just over a year ago. We came here to visit and see just what was left, and also to make a side trip to the nearby Karyabnayak Temple as-well. The feeling of being the...More
The building of the chariot to carry the small red god in is an attraction on it own - taking about 1 month to complete. Rato Machindranath's temple is usually in Bungamati but it was destroyed in the earthquake. Now Rato resides in Patan. The...More
This is a place set just a few hundred feet from Durbar square. This place is famous for the prayers for Rain. There is a makeshoftbchariotnoutside the temple that is drawn through Patan in a ceremony to pray for rain.
In a little village called Bungamati we visited this little temple which sat in the middle of a quiet square. Besides the women thrashing mustard bushes, we were the only other people there and sat having tea with some locals. Such a great little find...More