Pashupatinath temple is Nepal’s one of the most sacred Hindu shrine. Although the temple dates back to the 4th century, it was brought into its present shape in the early 18th century. It has most noted a two tiered gold plated roof and silver plated doors. Facing the main temple two storied pagoda houses door is a 300 year old bronze statue of Nandi (Shiva’s carrier; the bull). Inside is a four faced Lingum (phallic symbol of Shiva). The cremation ground is inside the complex. Nearby is an ancient statue of Virupakshya, the ‘three-eyed shiva’ while on the south is the equally ancient Baccareshwari temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati. The Guhyeshwari temple is some distance downhill while the Kirateshwar Mahadev Mandir and Surya Ghat are the west of the river.
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