10. Budhasubba Temple
Budha Subba Temple is a famous religious shrine of the eastern people of Nepal which is located at Bijayapur of Dharan, Nepal (Eastern Nepal). It is believed to fulfil wishes and bring good luck to the people who visit there.
The bamboo trees found in Budha Subba temple area don’t have the top end portions. Young girls and boys believe that if they tie a colorful string (mala) in the bamboo trees and write their name in pair, they will live together forever. Lot of young people write their names on the bamboo trees in hope to live together for life. The temple has hence been a pilgrimage for love and happy life
9. Budhanilkantha Temple
Budhanilkantha Temple, located in Budhanilkantha, Nepa,l approximately 10 kilometers from the center of Kathmandu. It is a Hindu open air temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Budhanilkantha Temple is situated below the Shivapuri Hill at the northern end of the kathmandu valley .
The Budhanilkantha statue of the Hindu god Vishnu, and is the largest and most beautiful stone carving in all of Nepal.
8. Changunarayan Temple
The ancient Hindu temple of Changu Narayan is located on a high hilltop that is also known as Changu or Dolagiri. The temple was surrounded by champak tree forest and a small village known as Changu. The temple is located in Changunarayan of Bhaktapur District, Nepal.
This hill is about 7 miles or 12 km east of Kathmandu and a few miles north of Bhaktapur. The Manahara River flows beside the hill. This shrine is dedicated to lord Visnu and held in special reverence by the Hindu people. This temple is considered to be the oldest temple in the history of Nepal. The Kashmiri king gave his daughter, Champak, in marriage to the prince of Bhaktapur. Changu Narayan Temple is named after her.
7. Tal Barahi Temple
Tal Barahi Temple, also known as Lake Temple or Barahi Temple is a two storey pagoda temple located in the Pokhara. It is a hindu temple of the Goddess Durga (Barahi), the protector of gods. It is located in a small island on the south east section of Phewa Lake. The temple is used for worship by both Hindus and Buddhists.
6. Shree Ram Janaki Mandir
Janaki Mandir is a Hindu temple in Janakpur in the Mithila region of Nepal, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Sita. The temple is popularly known as the Nau Lakha Mandir (9 lakhas). According to legends and epics, King Janak ruled this area (called Videha) during the Ramayana period. His daughter Janaki (Sita), during her swyambar, had chosen Lord Rama as her husband, and become queen of Ayodhya. Their marriage ceremony had occurred in the nearby temple which is also called vivaha mandap.
It is an example of Hindu-Koiri Nepali architecture. It is often considered the most important model of Koiri architecture in Nepal. Fully built in bright white and constructed in an area of 4,860 sq. feet in a mixed style of Mughal and Koiri domes, the temple is 50 meters high. It is a three-storied structure made entirely of stone and marble. All its 60 rooms are decorated with the flag of Nepal, colored glass, engravings and paintings, with beautiful lattice windows and turrets.
The Manakamana Temple situated in the Gorkha district of Nepal is the sacred place of the Hindu Goddess Bhagwati, an incarnation of Parvati. The name Manakamana originates from two words, “mana” meaning heart and “kamana” meaning wish. Venerated since the 17th century, it is believed that Goddess Manakamana grants the wishes of all those who make the pilgrimage to her shrine to worship her.
4. Shree Pashupatinath Temple
The Pashupatinath Temple is a famous and sacred Hindu temple complex that is located on the banks of the Bagmati River, approximately 5 kilometres north-east of Kathmandu in the eastern part of Kathmandu Valley, the capital of Nepal. The temple serves as the seat of Nepal’s national deity, Lord Pashupatinath.
Muktinath is a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Valley at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass in Mustang, Nepal. Within Hinduism, it is called Mukti Kshetra, which literally means the "place of liberation".
2. Pathibhara Devi Temple
Pathibhara Devi or Mukkumlung is one of the most significant temple in Nepal, located on the hill of Taplejung. It is also considered one of the holy places for Limbu people. Worshippers from different parts of Nepal and India flock to the temple during special occasions, as it is believed that a pilgrimage to the temple ensures fulfillment of the pilgrims' wishes.
The Goddess Pathibhara is believed to possess supernatural powers and diligently answer devotees' prayers. She is considered by her devotees as a manifestation of the divine feminine also determined with other names as AdiKali, Maha Maya, Maha Rudri among many other of her divine forms.
1. Swoyambhunath Stupa
Swayambhunath is an ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. It is probably the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites. For Tibetans and followers of Tibetan Buddhism, it is second only to Boudha.
The complex consists of a stupa, a variety of shrines and temples, some dating back to the Licchavi period.The stupa has Buddha's eyes and eyebrows painted on. Between them, the number one (in Devanagari script) is painted in the fashion of a nose.