Mar 01

Indra sarovar lake

Indra Sarovar is also known as largest man made lake in Nepal constructed at the deep gorge between Markhu and Kulekhani Village development committee. It was built by the Kulekhani Hydro Project and it is 7km long lake.

Due to road construction in recent years, it’s becoming one of the favourite tourist destination among the people of Kathmandu. It’s just 40 Km from Balkhu, Kathmandu. It’s getting popular as a hiking destination also. The lake itself is popular for fish farming and hope in near future it will be a very popular destination for internal and external tourist.

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Feb 16

Sadhu taking the Ganja puff during Shivaratri

Ganja is illegal but still it is widely available on the festival of Shivaratri. Lots of baba and sadhu from Nepal and India visit the holy Pashupati Nath temple. and during the festival time it’s no wonder that most of them take ganga puff. Here are some picture of them with the puff of ganja.

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Feb 16
World's Heritage - Pashupatinath

World’s Heritage – Pashupatinath

Pashupatinath Temple is one of the sacred hindu pilgrimage. During the festival of Teej and Shivaratri thousands of devotee visit the temple. There is a saying in nepali “Nazik ko deuta lai hela” meaning you ignore the nearest god. So, being a guy from Kathmandu, I hardly visit this Shiva devoted temple, may be once in year. I usually go there on Shivaratri day to capture the portraits of Babaji.

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Feb 02

Temple of Bajrayogini

Month of Magh and Sali nadi is like synonyms. As hindus in Nepal worship goddess Swasthani and read story about her, many hindu devotees take fasting for a month and worship Madhavnaryan.

I happen to go to Sali nadi this year after a long gap. It was late afternoon, I could not see much action to capture by my camera. So, after worshiping the river I went to Bajrayogini temple north form the city of Sakhu.

Here is a short information on the Temple of Bajrayogini from the website site www.roughguides.com

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Dec 22

namo buddha,  Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery, Nepal, Himalayas, range,

Namo Buddha is one of the holy place for buddhist people. According to buddhist religion, it is a place where a Prince donated his whole body to the hungry mother tiger and her five kids.

In recent years, they have built a Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery.

Here are some picture i captured during my short visit to Namo Buddha, i have to admit that this place should be developed as a tourist attraction place as we can see the spectacular view of Himalaya range.

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Nov 15

Changu Naryan is a Hindu Temple of lord Vishnu which is located high at the hilltop near Bhaktapur. It is considered that it is the oldest temple in Nepal. According to Legends Changu Naryan existed during the time of Licchavi Dynasty who ruled Kathmandu valley. It is the temple with rich embossed works.
Here are some picture of Temple premises and portrait of local people.

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Nov 08

Bouddha buddhist monks

We have a group called “Photo-walk Nepal” which is lead by Mr. Om Yadav. Every weekend Om dai announce the place for photo-walk inside Kathmandu valley where all the enthusiast photography lover meet and share our knowledge and take picture. This week we went to one of the world heritage site inside Kathmandu valley “Bouddha”. Here are some pictures from the photo-walk we did early morning.

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