Indeed Nepal is one of the most beautiful country and also has some awesome tourist attractions.
Here are some Sacred Temples in Nepal.
Pashupati Nath Temple
One of the most Sacred temples in Nepal, the Pashupati Nath Temple is located on the fringes of Kathmandu (The banks of the Bagmati River),is one of the oldest and well known temple and highly recommended place in Nepal .
Over 1 million devotees visit here on the occasion of Maha Shivaratri which is one of the major festivals of the temple.
Mahendra Gufa is located to the north of Pokhara close to Seti River.
It has an idol of lord Shiva located inside.
The cave is attracted by thousands of tourists every year.
If you visit there you can find continuous dripping water overhead and also the corridors of the cave are completely dark.
It is the birth place of lord Buddha which lies in the Rupandehi District.
Lumbini has number of temples and most of them are still under repair.
Just remember to take your shoes off when entering the temples, as it is one of the most sacred places.
There are three Royal cities in Nepal and bhaktpur is one of them.It is still the best place to visit even after suffering from earthquake which tackled Nepal in 2015.
Bhaktapur is known for its puppets, handicrafts, and lovely pottery that you will fall in love with.
It listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its rich culture and temples.
It is the third largest city in Nepal.
Patan is the historical name, the current name of the city is Lalitpur which is also known by the name ‘Manigal’.
The city is for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its tradition of arts and crafts .
You can find abundant temples here, as the city was initially designed in the shape of the Buddhist Dharma-Chakra (Wheel of Righteousness).
There are about more than 1250 Buddhist Monuments here in the city.
The Patan Square Darbar is one of the recommended place as it was residence of the Malla rulers of Patan state .