Nepali Temple : Varanasi
The King of Nepal built this temple in the Nepali style on Lalita Ghat on the river Ganga in Varanasi. This Nepali temple is also known as Keathwala Temple. There is some wonderful and artistic wood in the temple. Visitors from all over the world visit this temple because of their magnificence, there is no comparison with any other temple in India. Workers and sculptors caring for this temple were brought from Nepal. The wood used in the temple is also found in Nepal. The typical feature of this wood is that even the termites do not eat this timber. Workers caring for this temple were brought from Nepal. Nandi is a statue of the bull outside the sanctum and inside the sanctum is a Shivling of Pashupatinath Mahadeva. The Nepali temple in Varanasi is one of the most unique places in the city, arguably made entirely of unique places. There is evidence to suggest that the property was actually transferred by the ruler of Varnashi - then in 1843 Nepalese King was called Kashi. And the temple is a replica of the famous Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu. From the temple platform, and we had a unique perspective of the life-long city life: Visitors walking on the ghats; A tired pilgrim to relax; An Indian tour group, maybe a family.