Pashupatinath Shakti Peeth, located on the banks of holy Bagmati River in Kathmandu of Nepal, as one of the most famous Shakti Peethas of Nepal is meant to Goddess Guheshwari (form of Goddess Shakti) and Lord Pashupatinath (form of Lord Shiva).
Whereas Pashupatinath Temple to have known as the most sacred temple among all ShivaShiva
Shiva is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindu Trinity that ... Temples comes listed as one of the UNESCO world heritage sites of the Kathmandu Valley, Goddess Guheshwari Temple is place where its worshippers feel the very maternity of Goddes Shakti, taking place close to Pashupatinath Temple.
Pashupatinath Shakti Peeth is as the very compilation to reach near to Goddess Shakti and Lord Shiva. Guheshwari Temple, whereon Goddess Shakti’ both knees fell, reasons mainly of Pashupatinath Shakti Peeth to have derived. Built by King Pratap Malla in the 17th of century, the two main religions in Nepal are Hinduism and Buddhism present their attendance huge in worshipping to Goddess Guheshwari.
Places of Interest:
Befalling close to Goddess Guheshwari Temple, Pashupatinath Temple is the major attractions to the Hindus all over the country. Pashupatinath temple,dedicated to Lord Shiva, is the abode of national deity (Lord Shiva) to nepalis.
Another attraction for Guheshwari temple is the River kali-Gandaki, wherein one can collect black stone fossils (symbol of Lord VishnuVishnu
Vishnu is one of the Supreme Gods of Hindus and is a part of Hindu Trinity,..) is considered sacred and used in pooja (prayer) room in the house.
Rituals at Pashupatinath Shakti Peeth:
In the month of August, thousands of women visit the temple to bathe in the holy waters of the Bagmati River during the Teej festival. Reasoning that this ritual is signified to carry a long and happy marriage and many women dress in red saris as the traditionally worn for wedding ceremonies. Full moon and New moon days are also believed lucky to visit the temple.