Nepal is the ideal destination of travelers for adventurers, exploring historical places, temples, and culture vultures. Whenever you are in Nepal to explore the natural beauty of Nepal. You must have to visit The Pashupatinath Temple Nepal (Paśupatinātha Mandira Nepal) which is a famous and sacred Hindu Temple in Nepal.
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Pashupatinath Temple Nepal (Paśupatinātha Mandira)
The Holy Hindu Temple “Pashupatinath” (Paśupatinātha Mandira) is spreading on 0.64 hectares of land including 518 temples and monuments. The temple is located on the bank of the Bagmati River in the eastern part of Kathmandu Valley. This temple is one of the 275 Tamil Holy Abodes of Shiva in the continent. Pashupatinath Temple is one of the four most important religious sites in Asia for devotees of Shiva. It is the oldest temple, no one knows when it was built? History books witnessed it exists dates back to 400 B.C.
Entry and Darshan in Pashupatinath Temple Nepal
We reached Pashupatinath Temple Nepal, purchased “Aarti Thali” and moved to the entry point at the western entrance of the main temple courtyard. Many peoples were there for Darshan, we joined the queue, slowly-slowly reached at Darshan Point.
After Darshan of Shiva we moved towards the other side of the river for darshan of Bagmati Ganga Arti.
Bagmati Ganga Arti
Ganga Aarti along with Shiva’s Tandava Bhajan which is written by Ravana. Ganga Aarti is very popular and larger crowds come to listen to the Arti. Listen the Arti, watched the performance of three worshipers (Pojaries) on daily and special occasions.
We reached at 5:40 after visiting different points inside the temple. We enjoyed the preparation of Ganga Aarti at 6:00 PM. Three pojaries started the performance on pre-recorded Ganga Aarti and Shiva’s Tandava Bhaja.
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At Pashupatinath Temple Nepal that, peoples from different countries and regions were there for attending the Aarti. A lady was sitting beside me, she asked, “where are you from?” I told her we are from Pakistan. Again she asked, Why you came here? Where are your shoes? I replied, Didi, we came here to support the Second World March for Peace and Nonviolence. We came here to visit the Paśupatinātha Mandira to attend the Bagmati Ganga Aarti.
I would like to suggest, never miss the evening visit to Pashupatinath Temple Nepal (Paśupatinātha Mandira). You must visit and attend the Bagmati Ganga Aarti.
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