Best day tour in Kathmandu is the city where antiquated customs rub shoulders with modern technology. The magnificence of the past charms the guest whose eyes may stuck on a stunningly cut wooden window outline, an eighteenth-century bronze model or a profoundly elevating stupa. Kathmandu, the biggest city of Nepal, is the political just as social capital of the nation.
(Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Temple, Swayambhunath Temple)
No big surprise the entire of Kathmandu Valley was assigned a World Heritage Site in 1979 because of its seven exceptional historical landmarks.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square :
Is the center point of Bhaktapur Durbar Square is 55-Window Palace, which is a blend of pagoda-and shikhara-style sanctuaries. The Square likewise has enormous stone monuments on which are statues of old rulers. You'll additionally be inspired by the Lion Gate (1696), which has two unnerving stone pictures of Shiva and Ugrachandi. The Golden Gate, which is luxuriously made and is surmounted by pictures of Goddess Kali and Garuda, the legendary man-winged creature. This entryway leads into the primary yard of the 55-Window Palace that was worked amid King Yaksha Malla reign in 1427.
Kathmandu Durbar Square :
Kathmandu Durbar Square is also known as Hanuman Dhoka, which has been royal residences of the Malla and Shah Kings in past days. The royal residences were worked around the Tenth Century. The Malla rulers ruled over Kathmandu from these royal residences from King Ratna Malla's time (1484-1520). In the watch of King Prithvi Narayan Shah's triumph of the valley in 1769, Hanuman Dhoka turned into the seat of an intensity of the Shah Dynasty who ruled from the Square till 1896 preceding proceeding onward to Narayanhiti Palace.
Patan Durbar Square :
Patan Durbar Square is located in the focal point of Patan town, also called Lalitpur (the City of the Arts). The Imperial group of Patan ruled over this piece of the Kathmandu valley from this Square. There are three noteworthy yards in the castle: Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk, and Keshav Narayan Chowk. Sundari Chowk is recognized by the nearness of Tusha Hiti, an indented watering spot, the creativity of which makes it something other than some other watering spot. Mul Chowk is the oldest of the three while Keshav Narayan Chowk is the place Lalitpur's soonest Malla castle was fabricated.
Pashupatinath Temple :
On the banks of the Bagmati River one of the holiest sites of Hindus is located, Pashupatinath Temple. Many religious ceremonies, for example, Maha Shivaratri, Teej Akshaya, Sankranti, Rakshabandhan are celebrated here hugely every year. The pagoda style sanctuary is luxuriously ornamented and it houses the sacrosanct Lingum (phallic image of Shiva), which has four faces and goes back to the Fourteenth Century.
Confronting the front of the sanctuary is a 300-year-old bronze figure of Nandi, Shiva's carrier, the bull. Behind the sanctuary is the Aryaghat, the incineration ground where all Hindus of Nepal try to be incinerated when their time comes. The complex has numerous different sanctuaries committed to different divine beings.
Boudhanath Stupa :
Boudhanath Stupa lies around 7 km east of the downtown area, and it is said to be the biggest stupa on the planet. It stands 40 m high and has a distance across of somewhere in the range of 100 meters. Otherwise called Kahasti Chaitya, Boudhanath is the holiest Buddhist site in the nation. A pyramid remains at the highest point of the vault on which are painted according to Buddha in red, white, and blue. The expansive arch is based on a three-layered base around which is a circumambulatory way with lines of petition wheels just as 108 Buddhist gods.
Cloisters of each of the four schools of Mahayana Buddhism are to be found inside the stupa premises. Celebrations like Lhosar are praised with much energy here. As per specialists, King Manadeva was the one to construct the Stupa amid the Licchavi time frame after which it experienced a few redesigns in the Seventeenth Century.
Swayambhunath is one of the holiest places of worship in Kathmandu Valley and is situated on a cone-shaped lush peak. It has a grand white arch and sparkling brilliant tower alongside the all-powerful eyes of Buddha (alongside a third eye). If you climb the stairs, you'll pass a plated vajra and encounter two stone lions guarding the door at the best.
The Swayambhunath complex has numerous chaityas, sanctuaries, and painted god pictures dispersed around the site. You'll get to see many monkeys here, as in Pashupatinath, yet maybe in bigger numbers. As of late, numerous new augmentations have come up around the site, including a 57-foot statue of Buddha. Buddha Jayanti, Gunla, and Lhosar are events when thousands of crowd to the hallowed place.