Tourism in Nepal initially gets started visiting the country’s popular places following Patan and Bhaktapur tour that typically addresses traditional valley Kathmandu if your choice is to explore the history along with ancient discoveries in Nepal. Rich in temples, palace and beautiful traditional city, Patan also named as Lalitpur stands with some of the world’s popular traditional architectures such as Durbar Square, Mangal Bazaar, Krishna Mandir, Kwa Bahal, khumbeswor temple etc; whereas Bhaktapur is yet another point of attraction that preserves UNESCO world heritage site like Darbar square, Golden temple, famous fifty-five window temple, Nayatapola Temple and the famous pavilions and pillars. Outskirts of Bhaktapur also has one another popular temple Changu Narayan built as early as 325 BC, an oldest Vishnu temple that represents entire Hindu religion and is popularly worshiped.
Both places Patan and Bhaktapur have their own history to disclose respectively. Patan in a local language known as Mangal was founded by Kirats in around 3rd Century BC which was a frame out in the shape of Dharma chakra- etymons a shape that exhibits a path to enlightenment based on Buddha’s Philosophy. In the same way, known as a city of Devotees, Bhaktapur was ruled by Malla dynasty until the end of 15th Century which was mostly dominated by the Newar community.
Patan and Bhaktapur tour will not only let you experience the ancient art and culture, but it will also help you to get involved in the local Newari communities and their dexterity inherited skills of various arts by their ancestors. Various private museums that reveal each temple and palaces along with the people lifestyles in different time intervals are also some best part you will find to explore which is considered to be an impressive exhibition of ancient Nepalese crafts.
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