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Jaganath (Krishna) Temple, Kathmandu

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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Dating back to 1563, Jaganath (Krishna) Temple lures visitors and devotees with its immaculate architecture and enticing erotic carvings. The sanctuary stands on a three-tiered platform, built from wood and bricks in traditional pagoda style. In the corners see four miniature versions of the temple, all five enshrining Surya, Ganesha, Vishnu, and Bhagavati. Look out for the multi-headed and multi-armed crowned deities wearing ornate jewelry found on the struts of the temple. On the eastern side of the temple, the doors open for devotees to pay respect to their deities. Add Jaganath (Krishna) Temple to your Kathmandu travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Kathmandu trip itinerary maker.
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  • Thsi is amazing. The architecture, the history and the general feel about the place. Smashing. Have your camera ready 
  • Great Hindu temple , fi you are Hindu explore your religious aspect here I wish fee they collect should invest on repair work 
  • Part of the comoesso of Durbar Squate, an entire town full of temples and statues Unesco World Heritage
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  • I was there in 2010,but very sad it got destroyed in a earthquake on 25 April 2015
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