"The Pashupatinath symbolizes Nepal's glory. It is a centre of faith and religious piety for the Hindus and Buddhists of the world, as well as a unique treasure that forms part of the world heritage. The Pshupati Area has remained a source of inspiration and the feeling of tolerance and harmony between religious communities. Since time immemorial, the Pashupati Area has been a place of prayer and worship for freedom from worldly bondage as well as a place of meditation to realize oneself as a part of the Supreme Self." (Pashupati Area Development Trust - Governing Council)
Pashupati is Lord Shiva, the God of Gods.
Ancient scriptures have described Him as Lord of the entire living beings and the source of eternal bliss and peace.
Pashupatinath is the most important Hindu temple in the country. On such an important place...
...of course Babas/Sadhus are everywhere. This Hindu holy men follow the ways of Shiva.
The Hindu funeral processions at the river bank of Bagmati river (Pashupatinath area).
When it's not time of the Maha Shivaratri Festival (Shivas birthday) peaceful places are everywhere.
Holy things for Hindus - Baba and cow. By the way: Nandi - a bull - is the vehicle of Shiva.
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