damaged badly in the quake of 2015, it is nevertheless a nice place to see. part of Durbar square, must see.
About Jaganath (Krishna) Temple
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The temple is two storied as in the picture and is dedicated to Lord Jagannath, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu or the Hindu concept of Brahman, the metaphysical.
The temples are really gorgeous, I wish I had time to go visit on a quieter morning intead of Saturday morning when all the locals are coming here to pray. There is a lot of destruction in this location across the various temples and you'll...More
The temple is the oldest structure in Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. This temple is noted for the erotic carvings on the roof struts. It’s located near the middle of Durbar Square. There are also a lot of pigeons around.
There are many Durbar Squares in Nepal so make sure you find the correct location. The temple is noted for the multi-tiered roof structure with Jagnatha Krishna inside the temple. Jagnatha has a meaning of "Lord of the Universe” and is worshiped by both Buddhists...More
Spent time mediating and exploring this building - while i went during peak tourism, it was still peaceful and i could appreciate the splendor.
you will get in only once in a year, but it is in darbar square and by default you will cross the temple by rooming around.
It is one of the oldest structure of the Durbar square of Kathamandu. It is noted for its carvings of its roof struts This temple is a 2 storyed building and has a platform of 3 tired. The image of Jaganath is situated inside the...More
we went there in the late afternoon and watched the sunset from a nearby cafe with the view to this wonderful place, where you need to pay 1000Nrs for entering the durbar square. It is ok, but foreign countries gave 4,5 billion dollars to rebuild...More