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The Taleju Temple was built in 1564 and features three roofs at 37 meters high. It is one of many interesting old temples in the Durbah Square. From its name it relates to the "living Goddess" Taleju. This temple can be viewed externally as it...More
This is one of the temples in the Bhaktapur Durbar Square dedicated to Godess Taleju....the entrance is also called the Golden gate...Photography is strictly prohibited inside...the gate is so ornate designed that it is such a marvel...
This Temple is one of three Taleju Temples that I had the privilege of visiting; the other two were in Kathmandu and Patan. This Taleju Temple is Bhaktapur appeared to be the largest of the three and was part of the larger palace complex.
This temple situated inside the bhaktapur darbar square. The main entrance gate of this temple is very beautiful. Cameras as well as videography is strictly prohibited inside the temple area. One water kund is also placed inside the temple area.
This is apparently one of the most important temples in Bhaktapur, inside the Royal complex. You can see it from the outside but only Hindus are allowed to enter the actual temple, because of this it's not worth making a special effort to visit but...More
Largest and the most important temple in Kathmandu Durbar Square sits behind a large walled enclosed in the northern section, it is opened only once in the year on the ninth day of Dashain Festival, a must see temple in Kathmandu.