Nicely done temple on top of hill. Good to spend time for an houir with Budda temple at the bottom and pak
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The temple complex is best visited when not crowded, or go when a festival is on to get the full on blast of atmosphere. It does not take a lot of time to view.
If you are interested in Hinduism, Bindhya Basini is one of the more storied and active temples in the Pokhara area. Please be considerate if you are taking photographs, as there are typically large numbers of locals making offerings at the many shrines within the...More
This temple is in the old part of Pokhara and when I went on a Saturday, was full of worshippers in their flashy, colorful saris. It's place to people watch and see how people pray. I loved the energetic vibe, the long lines of people...More
The Bindhya Basini temple is located on a hill top near the old bazaar of Pokhara. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. This is the main temple here, with several other temples on site of Lord Shiva, Radha Krishna, Ram and Sita, Saraswathi and...More
A small flat hill top, a small old temple of Goddess Bindyavashini, who according to the local belief fulfil the wishes of the devotees who comes here and pry before the Goddess. There are other temples of other Hindu God & Goddesses in the same...More
Temple has a great following with the residents. It has the main temple and several smaller temples in the complex. Absolutely worth the visit.
It is located on a hill and there are several temples in this area. It is dedicated to the "wish fulfilling" god. It was built in the 17th century. The other nearby temples are of brick and appear more modern....one even had a digital sign...More