Nepal is a beautiful country of religious and cultural significance. Nepal, the oldest country in South Asia, still has a lot to offer. Today we are going to discuss some of the important religious sites in Nepal. Tourism sector has a significant role in the economic development of Nepal.
In Nepal, a country of more than 80 percent Hindus, people of all faiths are respected and honored. Phulbari of four castes and 36 characters is small in Nepal geography but huge in diversity. Today we are going to inform you about some of the major religious sites of Nepal which are connected by mountains, hills and Terai.
Pashupatinath Temple is an important historical, religious and tourist site in Kathmandu district. This temple is located in Kampa Ward No. 8 of Kathmandu District on the banks of Bagmati River. The temple is spread over 240 hectares of land. Pashupatinath Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In 1979, UNESCO listed the Pashupatinath Temple as a World Heritage Site. The temple area of Pashupatinath looks like an open museum as it is the oldest religious site in the Kathmandu Valley and has very ancient shrines, temples and statues and ancient records.
For devotees of major sects like Shaivism, Shakti, Vaishnavism, Buddhism, Jainism, Ganapat, Nath Sikh, etc., the Pashupati region has always been a center of equal faith and reverence. There are also various monuments and places of worship in the Pashupati area. The temple of Pashupatinath is a living heritage. The river Bagmati has further enhanced its glory in this holy place where rituals are performed from birth to death.