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I went to Barahi temple a couple of months ago. It's on a small island in Phewa lake, so you have to go there by boat, which you can hop on or rent in Lakeside. Bahari temple is small, but being situated on a small...More
Our 1-hour Phewa Lake rowboat ride included a short stop at a small island that is the home to the Barahi Temple. This charming 2-tiered pagoda-style Hindu temple dates to the 18th century. It is used for worship by both Hindus and Buddhists.
Given the cheap return boat fare (100NR) it's worth a quick trip out to the temple if you've got a spare 30min-1 hour, if for nothing else than getting out on the water on a relaxing non-motorised boat.
The temple itself is not altogether noteworthy,...More
I got on one of the "roof' boats balanced on a couple of canoes with about 10 other people. The sign said it was 100NPR per person (for foreigners; Nepalis get a discount) for a 4-person boat, but that's not the way they do it....More
Taal Barahi is a hindu temple of Goddess Barahi. Main attraction of Fewa Lake. 300 Mtr in middle of the side of lake where boating business from the boat association is major. Taking a boat is compulsory to Barahi temple. Rs.60 is charged per head...More