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Bhairab temple are very popular in Nepal among hindu people, worshiping Bhairab provides good luck and progress. The Bagh Bhairab temple has a statue of tiger inside the temple and the tiger has opened mouth but the tongue is missing.
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I first visited 6 years ago, and on returning couldn't help but see the damage caused by the earthquake a few years ago. The architecture is still a wonder, and the displays wonderful, but much has been lost.
Weel, the temple in itself is already quite unique, not many in this style are found in Nepal, but much more than this beautiful temple, the incredible view over the valley and the Himalayas, the unique people and the city as a whole gives you...More
The temple presents you with the religious culture and tradition of Nepal. From the back side of the temple you can have a nice view of the Kathmandu city. The walk from the Kirtipur market till the temple will take you through a mesmerising walk...More
Tiger temple visit with Exploring Nepal in one of the oldest city of Nepal called Kirtipur offers a wonderful view of Katmandu Valley. Recommended stop prior discovery of the Newari Culturel in Bagmati district...
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I love Kirtipur coz not many tourists make the effort to come here. Most of its historic treasures survived the 2015 disaster. The sleepy town gives you a wonderful sense of faded grandeur. And the Bagh Bhairab temple is imposing. You should also visit Uma...More
One of the oldest temple of Kathmandu Valley, made in early 12th century is the master piece of the city in the Hill Top. From the front, you can see the knives those were collected by the great warriors of Kritipur during the time of...More
Bagh Bhairab temple celebrates the defeat of the city-state of Kirtipur by Prithvi Narayan Shah, when the took over the Kathmandu valley. It's an impressive building, beautiful in the sunlight, and the courtyard around it has a number of smaller shrines with statues, some very...More