Kathmandu Valley

Kumbheshwor and Baglamukhi Temple

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Located 200 meters from the northern part of Patan Durbar Square, Kumbheshwor Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples devoted to Lord Shiva. It is the oldest Hindu temple in Patan, having been built in the 14th century by King Jayasthiti Malla.

It is a pagoda-style temple with five stories. The temple is renowned for its magnificent woodcarvings and beautiful proportions.

Kumbheshwor Temple Complex (which includes the Kumbheshwor Temple and the Banglamukhi Temple) complex is often ignored by Tourists visiting Patan Durbar Square and Golden Temple.

Major Attractions Of Kumbheshwor Temple Complex

Banglamukhi Temple(One of the well-known Devi temples inside the Kumbheshwor temple complex), Manakamana temple, Kumbheshwor temple itself, Unmanta Bhairava, Gaurikunda, Harati temple, Kedarnath temple, Badrinath temple, Char-Narayan Temple, ponds are mojo attraction of the Kumbheshwor Temple Complex.

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Bagalamukhi is one of the well-known Shakti Peeths, the Devi temple of the Kathmandu valley, and is visited by a large number of devotees, especially on Thursdays. The goddess is known as the one who fulfills the devotee's wishes.

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