This attractive, octagonal stone temple completes the ‘front line’ of temples in the square. It has strong architectural similarities to...
Hari Shankar Temple
This three-storey temple to Hari Shankar, a curious hybrid deity that has half the attributes of Vishnu and half the attributes of...
South of the Patan Museum, a gateway opens onto the stately Mul Chowk, the largest and oldest of the palace’s three main chowk ...
Taleju Bell information
Facing the palace is a huge, ancient bell, hanging between two stout pillars, erected by King Vishnu Malla in 1736. Petitioners could ring the bell to alert the king to their grievances. The bell tolled ominously during the recent disaster, but the pavilion stayed intact. Behind the bell pavilion is a fountain crossed by an ornamental bridge.