Uma Maheshwor Temple


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Located at the height of 1,418 meters, this ancient temple was built in the 16th Century. It was built by King Siddhi Narasimha Malla in order to worship Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. As you lay your eyes on the temple, you will notice intricate wood carvings and cannot help but admire the delicate designs.


Look around, to enjoy this scenic view of the snow-capped mountains. The Mountains you can see from here are Cho Oyu, Gaurishankar, Langtang, and Ganesh Himal. Also, this view gives you a closer look into the country’s capital. You cannot help but notice how dense the settlements seem inside the valley!


This temple is famous both historically and culturally. It consists of a pagoda style architecture and has four major pillars supported by twenty smaller ones. There is a huge bell in the temple’s premise. It is said that this bell originally belonged to Ghantaghar or the clock tower in Kathmandu. Elegant hand-made art-works having rich ethnic values make this temple even unique.


You can inhale a breath of fresh air, relax and unwind sitting at the porch before preparing for another adventure. 4.5 kilometers from here lies the Bagh Bhairab Temple, will see you there!

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