Kathmandu is also known as city of temples. Valley has been the capital of three royal cities namely Bhaktapur, Lalitpur and Kathmandu which later unified by Prithvi Narayan Shah. As there was influence of various kings and their dynasties, Kathmandu Valley is blessed with treacherous numbers of Temples and Monuments showing the true example of ancient art and architecture. On this special tour we will be visiting the most sacred and important Hindu temples namely as Pashupatinath and Guweswari. Pashupatinath Temple is one of the holiest and biggest temple of Lord Shiva and is located at the banks of Bagmati River. Lord Shiva is known by many different names; and Pashupati is one. Pashu means leaving beings, and Pati means master. In other words Pashupati is the master of all living beings of the universe. The temple of Lord Pashupatinath stands in the middle of an open courtyard. It is a square shaped pagoda temple built on single platform measuring 23.6 meters from the ground. There are gold gilt doors on all the four sides of the temple. Inside the temple there is a narrow walk engulfing the sanctum from where one can have closer view of Shiva Linga. Guweswari is another important temple situated nearby Pashupatinath Temple and is dedicated to Adi Shakti. The temple name originates from the Sanskrit words Guhya (Secret) and Ishwari (Goddess). It is an important sakti peeth A shakti-peeth is a place where a piece of the body of the Sati fell while Shiva was carrying her corpse around the world. Along with the visit of these temples we will be visiting Kathmandu Durbar Square which is the ancient seat of Malla Rules of Kathmandu valley. The palace complex is home to many temples and monuments of archaeological importance and reflects cultural richness prevalent during the days of Malla rulers.
Many people who travel with World Trade travel and tours stay overnight to take advantage of this fascinating place in a more natural setting.