Boudhanath Stupa :
The largest Buddhist stupa in South Asia, Boudhanath, is the destination that our guide will take you to after meeting you in the lobby of your hotel (the size of the vehicle will depend on the group size). Shiva Dev built this enormous stupa in the sixth century, and it has since been revered as a holy site and a stupa of remarkable beauty. We'll spend an hour or so exploring this stupa.
Pashupatinath Temple :
The most significant location for Hindus is Pashupatinath Temple, which we will drive to from Boudhanath Stupa in approximately 10 minutes. It is the shrine of Lord Shiva and Parvati, his spouse. On the banks of the renowned Bagmati River, the body is cremated. As a result, when a body is cremated, the smoke is believed to travel to heaven, and the remaining ash is placed in the Bagmati River in Varanasi, India, which connects to the Ganges, which is also thought to have a connection to heaven, because we Hindus believe that hell is located below the earth and heaven is located above the sky.
Patan Durbar Square:
After having lunch, we will next go to the city of Patan from the Pashupatinath temple. We will eat lunch at a typical Newari eatery in Patan at noon. The majority of Patan's historical landmarks were built during the Malla dynasty, including the Krishna Temple, Taleju Temple, Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk, Royal Spa, Bhimsen Temple, etc. But, Patan is also renowned for producing metal statues and handicrafts.
We travel from Patan to the Swayambhunath stupa, where you can visit the Buddhist stupas and shrines as well as the Hindu Harati Mata Temple. Shyambhu translates as "self-made" at the moment of the incident. In Nepal and at this location, you will mostly encounter Vajrayana and Mahayana Buddhism; nevertheless, there is just one location in Nepal where you can also encounter Theravada Buddhism. From the north to the south, as well as from the east to the west, we will enjoy fantastic views of the Kathmandu Valley. Following the trip, head back to the hotel for some rest, supper, and a look at the lovely photos you captured during the tour that day.
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