पर्यटन बजार२७ माघ २०७६, सोमबार मा प्रकाशित
Magh 26 kathmandu, Kailashnath Mahadev Statue (Nepali: कैलाशनाथ महादेव) is the world’s tallest Shiva temple. It is situated in Sanga, on the border of the Bhaktapur and Kavrepalanchwok districts in Nepal, about 20 km from Kathmandu. It is second tallest Hindu God after Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue in Bali, Indonesia.
The statue is 143 feet (43.5 m) in height was made using copper, zinc, concrete, and steel.
It was just barrel land before 2004. The great Indian soul behind this is Mr.Kamal Jain, who made this structure possible. This statue is in a mountain which was had a very uneducated environment. It took him two years just to find an appropriate location for this statue. When he found this land it was worse than a jungle but he took the trouble as a challenge. It was designed to resemble images of the Hindu god, Lord Shiva. The statue’s construction began in 2003 and was completed in 2010. It was constructed mainly by Kamal Jain and “Hilltake”, a company.
Tourist flow International and National:
This statue has attracted a lot of tourism into Nepal due to it being the tallest since it was established. It is in the top places to visit in Nepal. There are more than 10’000 visitors in this statue on a week day and on weekends and national holidays or festivals the crowd becomes controllable. Due to the number of visitors the statue has contributed to the religious tourism in Nepal, both locally and internationally, raised the economic activity of the local community, and has made an impact in the development of nearby villages.
Description of Inner Place:
After reached Sanga we see different shop where we can found several taste of pickle which was most famous in Nepal .Walk up the hill to view the statue up close and take in sweeping views of the valley. Then have lunch at a local restaurant, stop at a spa center (optional and own expense), and go sightseeing at a nearby village. There are small shop where you can find the historical book, holy book, Art and architecture of god and goddess.