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Buddhist monuments and the Kings of Patan

Long ago, Sarvananda of Dipavati invited sages around the country for distributing alms. , a Buddha who reached prior to , was also invited. However, instead of visiting the palace, Dipankara Buddha visited a nearby hut belonging to an old lady. In late 2021, a 1400-year-old stone inscription was discovered in front of the Bhimsen at Durbar. It was kept there by Lichhavi ruler Anshu Verma. The inscription .

Description of the Kingdom of Shambhala

Descriptions of the kingdom of are based both on literature said to emanate from Shambhala itself and by later commentators, mainly , who claimed to have visited the kingdom in the material realm, on an etheric plane, in dreams, or by some other means. As the descriptions will make clear, this is not of “historical” Shambhala; i.e., a country that once existed in the time-space continuum recognized by Western historiography—for instance, the kingdom .

The Thirty Two Kings of Shambhala

The Seven Dharma        Reign  Emanation of:  1st     Dawa Zangpo  Khaan Davaasanbo 3 Years, Starting 879 BC    2nd  Sureshvara (Suresha)  Lhawang  Khaan Vaanchugchanbo 876-776 BC  Kshitigarbha  3rd  Teji  Zijichen  Khaan Sivjidtayaa (776-676 BC    4th  Somadatta  Dawejyin  Khaan Davaajinshen 676-576  Sarvanivaranavishkambi  5th  Sureshvara  Lhae Wangchug  Khaan Lkhdeivanchug 576-476  Jambhaka  6th  Vishavamurti  Natshog Zugchen  Khaan Sajivanchüg 476-376  Manaka  7th  Sureshana  Lhae Wangden  Khaan Lkhaeivandan 376-276  Khargarbha The 25 Kalkin or Rigden Kings The thirty-two  reside in a mythical kingdom. They are part of the Indo-Tibetan   tradition  1st (8th)  Yashas  Jampel Dragpa Rigdanjambal Yan 2nd-3rd Century BC  2nd (9th)  Pundarika Karpo Khaan Badmagarbo 176-76 BC  3rd (10th)   Zangpo Khaan Tsan 76 BC -227 CE  4th (11th)  Vijaya Nampar Gyäl Khaan Namjalchagyaa 227-327  5th (12th)  Sumitra Shenyen Zangpo Khaan Shenen San 327-427  6th (13th)  Raktapani Rinchen Chag Khaan Dejidzolva 427-527  7th (14th)  Vishnugupta Kyabjug Bäpa Khaan Chavjügva 527-627  8th (15th)  Arkakirtti Nyima Drag Khaan Nyamdagba 627-727  9th (16th)  Subhadra Shintu Zangpo Khaan .
Phurba Gallery

The Tantric Phurba – A protective ritual dagger

The is a dagger used in practices. It is used to protect against negative energies and to promote positive change. The phurba is not to be used for or harm, and should only be used for ritual purposes. It is a powerful for protection and should be used with care and respect. Origin of Phurba in The renowned , who was initiated by the Indian sage Prabhahastin, is said .

The Mysterious Goddess Taleju Bhawani, A Terrifying Demon and the Living Goddess

Taleju Bhawani is considered as the goddess who made . Legend has it that the great kings established their powerful dynasty because they were granted kingship by goddess Taleju. There are Taleju in the three royal palaces of Malla Kings in Basantapur, and . When King Naryan Shah conquered the three kingdoms of valley, he continued the tradition of worshipping the goddess Taleju and the living goddess , a .

The Ancient Town of Panauti and its Heritage

Panauti is one of the oldest towns in situated at the confluence of the two rivers Punyamata and Rosi. Legend has it that a third invisible river also meets with the two rivers, making it a Triveni (a scared place where three rivers meet). Many believe Panauti was named after the Punyamata river. Moreover, Panauti has been called by different names throughout like Punyawati, Punyamatinagar, Panchal desh, Punanti and Palaati. The Town The .

Gokarneshwar – A sacred site on the bank of the Bagmati River

The Bagmati River is a of to . A holy dip in the Bagmati river is said to free people from all the sins they have committed in this lifetime. There are numerous legends surrounding the of the river and the creation of on its banks. Along with the great , Gokarneshwar, also known as Gokarna is one of the holiest places located on the banks of river .

Doleshwor Mahadev: The forgotten Head of Kedarnath

After a treacherous trip up the mountains, Bhimsen, one of the five Pandavas spotted a gigantic looking bull in a distance which he knew was in disguise. Bhimsen known for his brute strength, forcefully caught the bull. When the bull was caught, he tried to escape but unfortunately, the bull was torn into several parts because of Bhimsen’s strength. Mahabharata, the epic depicts the struggle for power and conflict between two groups of .

The Sheshnaryan Temple & Rigzin Drubte Ghatshal Monastery

In the same complex, close to the the Sheshnarayan is the oldest in , Rigzin Drubte Ghatshal Monastery. It is a great example of and cultural pluralism in . A , a and a prophetic vision Lord is one of the principal deities of . He is part of the holy that consists of three , the creator, , the god of destruction and Vishnu who is responsible .