Believed to have been built in 1002, the 2.2m-long statue of Nandi , Shiva’s bull vehicle, faces the Vishvanath Temple. The basement of...
Near Vishvanath Temple, the white temple Pratapeswar is a much more recent bricks-and-mortar structure built around 200 years ago.
Believed to have been built in 1002, the Vishvanath Temple is reached by steps on the northern and southern sides. Elephants flank the...
Technicolour floodlights sweep across the temples of the western group as Indian classical music soundtracks a potted history of...
Blue Sky Restaurant
An ordinary restaurant with an extraordinary seating arrangement: a rickety wooden platform, three stories up, leading out to the most...
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Raja’s Café information
Raja’s has been on top of its game for more than 35 years, with espresso coffee, English breakfasts, wood-fired pizzas, superb Indian, Italian and Chinese dishes, and an otherwise eclectic menu full of things you might miss, depending on your passport (rosti, fish and chips, lasagna).
The location, with a temple-view terrace, is great, as is the restaurant design, with a delightful courtyard shaded by a 170-year-old neem tree. But it’s the food that steals the show. Wi-fi downstairs only.