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Pokhara now has a place that offers everything you would need on your journey.
Food, travel-trek arrangements, and entirely spiritual surrounding.

Kathmandu – Capital of Nepal

6. April 2018.paras.0 Likes.0 Comments

Kathmandu capital of Nepal is the most popular places to visit in Nepal. Kathmandu is the capital and largest city of Nepal. Have you visited Kathmandu Nepal? The word Kathmandu is derived from Kasthmandap or “temple made of wood” in Sanskrit, a pagoda-style temple. It is situated above 4400 ft. (1336 meter ) above sea level. It has 218 square miles (360 square kilometers) of land with three historic, artistic and cultural towns namely Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur together form known as ‘Kathmandu Valley’. Here us facts about Kathmandu Capital of Nepal. Here in formation about Kathmandu Capital of Nepal.

KATHMANDU

Kathmandu valley is the hub of Nepal’s political, commercial and traditional culture and arts. Kathmandu valley is an exotic and fascinating showcase of a very rich culture, art and tradition. Kathmandu is the place for rest, relaxation and easy-day sightseeing of historic and artistic temples and monuments, and mountain views. Measuring 24 km east-west and 19 km north-south, the Kathmandu valley is encircled by a range of green temple terraced hills and dotted by compact clusters of red tiled-roofed houses. Kathmandu is situated in a bowl shaped valley in central Nepal. Kathmandu is also known as Kantipur. Kathmandu Capital of Nepal has seven UNESCO world heritage sites.

A remarkable legend speaks that the city of Kathmandu was built by king Gun Kamdev in 723 A.D. It is said that Kathmandu was a lake in the past. After the Bodhisattva Manjushri raised his sword of wisdom and sliced a passage through the mountain walls (Chovar), drains the water and creates the first settlements.

Not very long ago, it is said yet that there were just as many houses as there were temples and shrines in Kathmandu Capital of Nepal. But now that fact does not hold true because the urbanization and population is rapidly growing in the last three decades. Nevertheless, the Kathmandu valley still exhibits a living, breathing entity, a vital culture that has miraculously survived till now. The valley embraces most of Nepal’s ethnic groups, but Newars are the indigenous inhabitants and the creators of the Kathmandu valley’s splendid civilization of its three cities – Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. The skillfully built temples and palaces, delicately engraved stone and metal images, carved wooden columns and pillars, and the history laden shrines and chaityas of these three historical cities stand testimony to the Newars’s artistic achievements.

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