Nepal: A glimpse at Kathmandu

Travelling is an extraordinary experience in life. Every person loves travelling. They need to try for exploring the new place and enjoy the trip. It reveals a whole new and exciting world out of them, open out our inner strength and presents them with an unforgettable experience.

Here, I am taking you to Kathmandu, which is the capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is the largest city. It is a fast-growing spot for tourists. It is surrounded by four mountains: Shivapuri, Phulchoki, Nagarjun and Chandragiri.

Travel is like a giant blank canvas and the painting on the canvas is only limited by one’s imagination.

Kathmandu, the city has a rich history, Religious and cultural festivals form a major part of the people. Most of Kathmandu’s people follow Hinduism and many others follow Buddhism. The Nepali language is the most spoken in the city.

The city generally has a climate with warm days followed by cool nights and mornings.

The city has become the country’s most important business and commercial centre. Tourism is an important part of the economy of the city.

The city is considered the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas and home to several world heritage sites as Darbar square, Swayambhunath , Boudhanath and Pasupatinath temple.

Once a year, go somewhere you have never been before.

Except it, Kathmandu is home to several numbers of museums and art galleries including the Museum of Nepal and the natural history museum of Nepal.

It is a centre of art in Nepal, displaying the work of contemporary artists in the country and also a collection of historical artists.

The staple food of most people in Kathmandu is Dal, bhat. Momo is one of the most popular fast food in Kathmandu.

There are some historical and sightseeing places here:

1) Kopan monastery

2) Bouddhnath stupa

3) Pashupatinath temple

4) Chandragiri hills

5) Kathmandu Darbar square

6) Namo Buddha stupa

7) Garden of dreams

So, Kathmandu is an incredibly diverse historic city with amazing architecture, exquisite wood carvings and metal craft.

Retaining its ancient traditions, Kathmandu is blessed by the living Goddess Kumari, a little Buddhist girl who represents the powerful Hindu Goddess Taleju.

Now, I hope, I explained briefly about the amazing tourist’s attractions and history…Kathmandu

I like travelling very much, so whenever, I get the time and the opportunity, I travel.

Whenever you go, go with all your heart.

So, are you ready for travelling there?

Dr S.k.jha


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