Should you visit Pashupatinath Temple?

Nestled on the banks of the Bagmati River in the Kathmandu valley, stands the magnificent Shree Pashupatinath Temple.

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This ancient Hindu temple complex is dedicated to Lord Shiva the destroyer and is named after one of its oldest incarnations, Pashupati. The site has been considered holy for thousands of years making it a place where worshipers and tourists blend in an unusual dance. 

Stepping in the temple of the “Lord of all beings” is not for everyone but for the curious and the courageous. It’s an experience to take mindfully and from which you will take with you more than just a souvenir! Should you feel hesitant about visiting Pashupatinath Temple, this article aims to provide insights that may help in making a well-informed decision.

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