The guide introduces here, the explanation is very detailed. But our attention was attracted by the pigeons on the ground and the Brahman ascetics. A beautiful picture can be taken here. I don't understand the story in the portrait, but many people worship here too. I can touch the statues of the gods and worship, and many people take pictures here. Will offer flowers, it feels like a Hindu temple
We went around in the square, and it was the most lively in front of Heibelab. There are many believers and incense lingers. The huge painted god in front of him is the terror incarnation of the great god Shiva. He has six arms and different weapons.
On the north side of Durbar Square, there is a huge statue in front of people who are or are preparing to worship. It is the statue of Hei Belabo. Black Belabo is the most terrifying incarnation of Lord Shiva. The Lord Shiva on the statue has six arms, two of which hold a sword, a magic weapon, and the head of an enemy. The other two hands make a gesture on the chest. An enemy's body was stepped on the sole of the foot. Nepalese people come to the statue to pray every day, apply red or yellow paint on the arms of the black-backed Rabo, and enshrine sacrifices at its feet. It is said that if you lie in front of Black Belabo, you will be severely punished.
Right on Durbar Square, I was shocked when I saw the sculptures with hideous faces, and they were a bit damaged after the earthquake.
On the back of the side wall of Deguta Lezhu Temple, there is a large relief sculpture of Karbalafu, inlaid in the corner of the building. This black Balafu statue with a hideous expression is shaped like a crown made of gems and skulls, with white eyes and fangs bulging. Several hands hold a sword, an axe, a shield, and a skull. There is also a corpse on the sole of the foot. This idol is the most terrifying incarnation of Lord Shiva. Most Nepalese believe that if you lie in front of the Black Balaf statue, you will surely be condemned in the future.
Preston_Dominguez: Layaku | Durbar Square, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kathmandu Durbar Square,Thamel,Swayambhunath Stupa,Kumari Temple,Garden Of Dreams