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Durbar Marg, Patan (Lalitpur), Nepal
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

North west side of durbar square dedicated to lord Bhim is a three story temple with birds on its roof as a signature.

Thank nik_0107
Reviewed 24 December 2016

Like the Krishna Temple, the Bhimsen Temple too survived the earthquake, but there seems to have been some kind of damage from the inside because there's restoration work in progress. The perimeter is fenced off like in many other temples in this square, and one...More

Thank Shridhar_Jaju
Reviewed 28 November 2016

Bhimsen Temple is dedicated to Bhimsen (known as Bhima in India), one of the five Pandavas of the Mahabarata. Bhima was known for his amazing strength, so it's rather fitting that his temple had the strength to survive the earthquake that did a lot of...More

Thank Peregrineri
Reviewed 25 November 2016

I do not know of a temple dedicated to Bhim apart from this one. It is a 3 storied temple on the northwest side of Patan Durbar square and is noted for its 3 interconnected golden windows. Entry inside is prohibited and there are supports...More

Thank Mayur S
Reviewed 21 November 2016

the three stories Bhimsen Temple, which sits on the north west side of Durbar Square, is in very good shape and is renowned for its three interconnected golden windows. Tourists are not allowed inside the temple. There is some bracing on the north side. The...More

Thank Honisoiquimalypense
Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

Inside the durbar square this is the only temple even non Hindu can go inside. But you can not take pictures...

Thank swopnil-himalayan
Reviewed 3 April 2015

Out of three Durbar square of Nepal, this temple is at Patan Durbar Sqare just 5 km from Kathmandu. The temple is dedicated to Bhimsen, one of five pandavas of Mahabharat Period.Tourist are not allowed inside temple.There are so many temples in Durbar Sqare.

Reviewed 2 April 2015

Bhimsen temple is located at one end of the Durbar Square and is dedicated to Bhimsen of Mahabharata. Must admit I havent seen or heard of any temple dedicated to Bhim elsewhere. Small temple. One can visit the first floor by taking off footwear. Be...More

2  Thank mgprabhu
Reviewed 4 March 2015

I was intrigued by this temple. I though it wasn't a temple in the first place, so I walked into it with my shoe. and when I went up, there was some people praying and on Aunty was shouting at me. and I realized, I...More

2  Thank Shahul Hameed S
Reviewed 10 May 2014

This temple is one of the many in Durbar Square, Patan. It is at the far end and is a three storey pagoda. The photo of the octagonal buildings with the dome is not Bhimsen Temple but a Krishna Temple at the opposite end of...More

1  Thank Jolyon67
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