This is a separate building, and this building cannot be entered. It is just outside to visit, but it is a very well-known place to check in because it has a very vivid image of Shiva.
Fortunately, the earthquake did not destroy this temple. Today, we can still appreciate the exquisite wood carving craftsmanship of this temple, and there is also a very representative sculpture of Shiva, which is a very popular attraction.
The woodcut image of Shiva on this temple is really lifelike. He seems to be standing in front of the window of his house and looking out the street just like a normal woman. It's quite interesting, let's punch in.
The biggest attraction of this temple is that there is an image of Shiva on the window at the top of the temple. When I suddenly looked up, I was shocked. I thought it was a real person on it. In fact, the temple is quite small.
The highlight of this temple is mainly on the top of the temple. There is a statue of Shiva standing behind the window. It is lifelike, and it feels very special and symbolic. There are many people.
Preston_Dominguez: Hanuman Dhoka Rd, Kathmandu 44600
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kathmandu Durbar Square,Thamel,Swayambhunath Stupa,Kumari Temple,Garden Of Dreams