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About Malla

The Malla Dynasty was the ruling dynasty of c. 1201–1769. They have claimed status for themselves.

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Kathmandu, The Land of Bhairava

In popular lore, the of and death, was considered to be the , jury, and executioner in times. Anyone accused of the crime was made to stand before Kaal Bhairava for judgment. Bhairava in the Jatra festival Under sunny skies, huge crowds packed the in to witness the Indra Jatra festival. Among the many dazzling attractions, is a practice of the chariot procession of .

The divine living goddess in Nepal – Kumari

is a land of real divinity. Nepal is the land of living known as . The practice Kumari dates back to centuries, probably from the Kingdom. The spirit of goddesses has been residing in form of pre-pubescent virgin girls. Kumari – A brief introduction Kumari is derived from the word Kaumarya which means princess. Kumari is worshipped both by and  in Nepal. Most of the kumari .

Art Of Nepal: Thangkas And Paubhas

and is a made by the  people of . Paubhas depict deities,  or monuments, and are used to help the practitioner meditate. The  equivalent is known as . For more than eight thousand years an artistic tradition of great skill and beauty has flourished in the valley. As long ago as the 12th-century Newar painters, bronze casters and architects were famed across and highly sought after for their talents. The emperor .

A Short History of Nepal: Ancestors, Casts and Dynasties

The Nepali People ’s geographical location as a buffer between and has massively influenced its development and character, as well as its two major national , and . Nepal is revered by as the birthplace of , and devotion is centered on in , the site of one of Hinduism’s most shrines. Shiva is Nepal’s patron deity. The major Three major tribal groups have .
Bajrayogini statue in Bajrayogini Temple, Sankhu, Kathmandu

Bajrayogini, The God and The Temple

is an eldest goddess. The have three . In one form her head is absent and carries it in her hand. In another form, her head is intact. The former form is similar in appearance to the goddesses . She is always attended by two on either side of her. Appearing in yellow color, she carries her own head in her left hand and Katari in her right hand. the .
Avalokiteshvara

Avalokitesvara and its forms

Among the 108 of Lokeswara  is one who refuses to accept since he considers such acceptance is selfish in view of the of the great majority of the people who have not yet attained the stage. His sacrifice symbolizes infinite (Karuna), sharing of mankind’s misery, willingness to help those in distress. He holds in his hand the indestructible jewel. He is and protector from danger. So his ” .