पर्यटन बजार२५ मंसिर २०७७, बिहीबार मा प्रकाशित
December 10, Kathmandu. Taumadhi Square is located next to Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It’s the second most visited square in Bhaktapur after Durbar Square. Taumadhi Square is often referred to as Taumadhi Tole which is because “tole” means “market street area” in Nepali. It is also very close to Pottery Square which can be visited on the way here from Durbar Square.Taumadhi Tole contains the tallest temple in the Kathmandu Valley – the Nyatapola Temple. The square has an open central area with two major temples to the north and east. Other old buildings in the square are largely residential homes to local residents.It’s here that you can appreciate ancient life and “living herigate” in Bhaktapur quite well. The Nyatpol temple, dedicated to the god Lakshmi, lies during this square.In built 1702 with 5 stories,this often Nepal’s tallest pagoda temple.It’s struts,door, windows,and tympanums area unit embellished with carvings of divine figures,as well as a combine of 2 m.high stone statues of the legendary Rajpoot wresters-Jaimal and pagan.a combine of elephant,a combine of lions, a combine of griffons and a combine of Trantrik goddesses called Singhini and Toyahagrini.The Bhairavanath Temple,that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1934 and later on remodeled,homes a gilded bust of the terrific Bhairav, thought-aboit either a manifestation of lord Shiva or an immortal that guards his home .Also,here are a unit a pottery sq.and therefore the temple of Jyaistha Hindu deity , geological date back to the 14th century.