Bhaktapur known as Khwapa in local Newari tongue, meaning city of devotees, most interesting and cultural capital of Nepal, Bhapurpur’s history goes back to 8th century. The city of home of towering old religious temples, finest architectural durbars, a blend of northern art and southern mythology, the aged arts, architecture and cultures are heritage of Bhaktapur. The Pagoda and Shikara style temples, Vihars Vahis, Traditional Buddhist monasteries, stone water spouts, ponds, pati, math and sattal (public shelters), stupas, city gates, palaces, artistic private houses and other cultural and historical heritages are major monuments and ‘Living Heritage’ of the ancient city. This grandeur is set against a surprisingly rural backdrop. Many local still make a living farming the fields around Bhaktapur and the streets are full of drying crops farmers windowing rice and wheat using wicker baskets and electric fans and bunches of dry garlics are hang in windows. From a visitor viewpoint; this city is to wander aimlessly soaking up the atmosphere. The Bhaktapur Durbar Square was enlisted in World Heritage Site in 1979 AD.
Another attraction in this tour is Changunarayan, Temple the oldest and historic temple is living museum of carving from Lichhbai dynasty during 4th to 9th century. The temple is listed in World Heritage Site and attracts hundreds f tourist every year.
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