Bagmati River

Bagmati River

a series of temples and a religious burning ritual in Kathmandu

Location: 

Shree Pashupatinath Temple, kathmandu, nepal

Duration: 

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Bagmati River: holy Nepalese river for Hindus and Buddhists
  2. Pashupatinath Temple: religious burning rituals for the dead
  3. UNESCO: protected in a group of 7 monuments in Kathmandu
  4. Gurus: jumping at you to take pictures and then begging for money
  5. Journey: with little time, I just rushed through the all the temples

Image sources

  1. Burning the dead in Kathmandu
  2. Colorful yogi begging for money
  3. Amazing temples and statues
  4. The holy Bagmati River
  5. Overlooking the area

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