The Temple of Kumari is a three-storey red brick building in the south of Duba Square. It was built in the 18th century. It is the residence of a girl who was regarded as the goddess of Kumari before she entered puberty and returned to mortality. There are three-storey courtyards in the temple. The wood carvings inside are very complicated and exquisite. Valuable wood and stone carvings can be seen everywhere, just within your reach. Every afternoon at four o'clock, the goddess Kumari appears in the small window in the middle of the third floor of the temple, but when the goddess Kumari appears, it is not allowed to take photos.