Behind the Gadsinburgh Pagoda lies a double-decked pagoda dedicated to Harti, the goddess of smallpox. In addition, there is a temple beside the Buddhist pagoda. Lamas often recite sutras and shuttle believers. Gadsinburgh Pagoda is hidden in the middle of a small lane between Tamil District and Ascension Street. If you don't meet people, you'll miss it. Crossing the entrance between the lane and the lane, a white, golden-roofed Buddhist pagoda modeled on Swayambner Temple is approaching. In short, it is a replica of the Buddhist Pagoda in the Monkey Temple, built in 1650.
It has been raining and raining since coming to Nepal. Every afternoon or evening there are occasional very short sunshine and blue sky and white clouds. Today's greatest harvest is just passing a temple in the old city again. The golden sunset shines on the "Wisdom Buddha's Eye" on the white pagoda. With the blue sky and white clouds, it's too beautiful and sacred.
The most famous Monkey Temple is the Kathesimbhu Stupa, which is built at the top. The four pairs of Buddhist eyes that look around on the pagoda are impressive. They seem to be telling people that I am omnipresent and that I can see everything through. But now the Monkey Temple has become a temple mixed with Hinduism and Buddhism, where two different religions live in harmony without dispute. People here worship both Buddhism and Hinduism.
It is a replica of the Buddhist Pagoda in the Monkey Temple, built in 1650, where Tibetans and Nepalese worshippers worship.
The colorful flags are flying. It's a very good place. It feels very good. I like this place very much. It's very beautiful.