Dajue Temple (also known as Thousand Buddha Temple) is completely hidden in a courtyard. Compared with other buildings, it appears very short. The roof of this Indian-style temple is covered with terracotta tiles. Each tile is engraved with a statue of Buddha, hence the name Thousand Buddha Temple.
Founded in 1585, it is a tall and beautiful tower temple, also known as Dajue Temple. On each brick is a statue of Sakyamuni Buddha, a masterpiece of Nepalese pottery craftsmanship. The carvings of the temple are very delicate and can be described as meticulous. Every Buddha statue on the pagoda is carved to life.
Actually this is not Mahabuddha Temple.This is Golden Temple.
Due to the numerous sites of Buddhist temples in Nepal, many architectural masterpieces located in the corners of the river valley are on the verge of being forgotten. The glory of the Thousand Buddha Temple in Patan has slowly faded out of Nepalese memory. It stands quietly in the dense and noisy residential area. But when you step into the temple, no one is amazed by the exquisite craftsmanship
The pagoda of Patan Dajue Temple is a temple full of Sikara-style architecture. It is hidden in a small atrium and surrounded by houses. It can only extend upwards as if it cannot expand outwards, forming like an obelisk. Like a tower. The Thousand-Buddha Temple is named after each piece of terracotta that covers the exterior, with a Buddha sitting on top.
It was originally a very famous stupa, so I recommend you to find it. In addition, when I went to Patan Durbar Square, it was rainy and the sky was gray. The picture above was purely shot.
Preston_Dominguez: Patan Sundhara, Lalitpur 44600
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Patan Durbar Square,Patan Museum,Golden Temple,Patan Royal Palace,Central Zoo