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This place is peaceful and. The temples are designed beautifully here. Non-Hindus are not allowed... read more

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Good to look at evening

I was stayed at Kathmandu peace home near thamel my hotel manager manage all my trip and he booked... read more

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Gaushala | Pasupati Nath, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is peaceful and. The temples are designed beautifully here. Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the main temple but you can take a beautiful picture of the surroundings. The night view is stunning.

Thank Samtan1992
Reviewed 2 days ago

I was stayed at Kathmandu peace home near thamel my hotel manager manage all my trip and he booked a car for me at evening. I am very excited to see those things what i saw over here. Hindius after death what they do, The...More

Thank Alfanso P
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Pashupati is the biggest hindus temple in nepal. Here are many Shiva status and beautiful Animal and temple is Very beautyful

Thank rajkumarshrestha970
Reviewed 1 week ago

Non Hindus are not allowed in the main temple, but you can still see and photograph a lot of incredible places from the surrounding areas. Entrance is expensive by Nepalese standards (Rs1000 / $10) but less than you'd pay in many other countries. Expect a...More

Thank Evan G
Reviewed 1 week ago

I took my sons here to experience a funeral in another culture. The whole business seemed pretty business like for the first two funerals. Then a family came to bury their mother/husband, and with the sincere grieving, and the care that they took with their...More

Thank MamaAyinde
Reviewed 1 week ago

pasphupati nath is peaceful area im visit with my bestfriends but all security guard from entrance always asking entrance fee but again im very smart im speak again in nepali bhasa if im not speak nepali god NRS 1000 ruppes for entrance but fisrt asking...More

Thank YuddhaEdson
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are lots of monkeys in the temple premises, so be careful with your 'prasad'. There's cremation grounds right behind Pashupatinath, apparently it's a touristy thing for foreigners to do, however I was put off by it. Temple aarti is something to wait for. I...More

Thank Parul M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Every time when I enter Pashupatinath Temple, my heart and mind becomes very peaceful and clam liked blessed by god shiva live.

Thank yatrinepal
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Its such an amazing temple. The Two aartis at the temple - one inside the sanctum and the other one on the banks of the river Bagmati Ganga is not to be missed. Lord Shiva blesses every visitor here.

Thank exatraveller
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the most revered Hindu Shiva temple across the world. Bit damaged due to the earthquake. Neat and clean.

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Response from RajeshGoyal_NewDelhi | Reviewed this property |
It is good if you book online in advance. But there is a bank in which you can go directly and pay for the special Pooja you like to perform and straight go to Temple with their receipt. No need to hire any middle man. All... More