Panauti Kavre

  • Address: Panauti 45209, Nepal
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Town

Panauti Kavre - Review

Panauti is a small town in Nepal which is known for its perfect blend of history, culture and natural beauty. Nestled in the hills and trees, visiting the town feels like stepping back in time. Unspoiled nature and two rivers flowing along the borders make sure that you are greeted with exquisite landscapes. This medieval town still holds dearly to its age-old traditions and festivals. There are many famous fifteenth-century temples in the town which are mostly well-preserved. Though the buildings and temples suffered a huge damage in a recent earthquake, the city is still a beautiful place to visit when you are in Nepal.

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  • 95% of people who visit Panauti include Panauti Kavre in their plan

  • 32.27% of people start their Panauti Kavre visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Panauti Kavre

Tuesday, Friday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Panauti Kavre

People normally club together Nagarkot and Babar Mahal Revisited while planning their visit to Panauti Kavre.

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  • fantastic PLACE WHERE YOU FEEL LIKE IN 18 century OF TIME. LOT OF TEMPLE N friendly PEOPLE ENJOY UOUR TRIP

  • Birthplace n the mosr hostorial n religious place of nepal

  • History of Panauti city Riddhi Pradhan Panauti is one of the typical Newar towns outside the Kathmandu Valley. It is located 33 kilometers south east of Kathmandu in the Panauti municipality in Kavre district of Bagmati Zone. It is situated at 1447 meters amsl and is linked with the Arniko highway, which is 6 kilometers north of it and B.P highway on the east. This town experiences salubrious climate surrounded by extensive fertile land and occupies the strategic location as important traditional routes to east and south pass through it. As of 2011, the Panauti municipality contains 27,358 population. This is the second largest municipality in terms of population as well as in area of the Kavre district after Pachkhal. The Pachkhal municipality is the latest additional of the municipality to the Kavre district. Panauti due to its location, has a religious significance. It is situated at the confluence of Roshi and Punyamati rivers and it is believed that the third one called Padmavatialso joins at this confluence from underground making it the Tribeni, tri-junctions. As a result, this place has become the most sacred one and the Nepalese people regard it as Uttar Prayag, after the Prayag of Allahabad, India. Its importance is clearly mentioned in the inscription of King Pratap Malla (17th century) at Rani Pokhari. As in Prayag, every twelfth year in the month of Magh (January), a big festival is observed and people from far and wide come and take ablution. This festival is popularly known as the Makar Mela. The last twelve-year Makar festival was observed in B.S. 2066. Another annual festival of Panauti is observed on the full moon day of Jestha (June).

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  • Cultural and historical place. Some of the oldest architecture can be found and also known as the city of temples. And many more.

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