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Top of the hill is home to one of several World Peace Pagodas – a huge brilliant-white Buddhist stupa erected by Japanese monks from Nipponzan Myōhōji organization.

The temple was above the lake before King Kulmandhan Shah(The first Shah king of Kaski) according to the dream he had seen. The great devotee of Goddess Durga, King Kulmandhan Shah constructed the temple in the middle island of Lake Phewa.

Pokhara Shanti Stupa is a Buddhist pagoda-style monument on a hilltop in Ananda hill of the former Pumdi Bhumdi Village Development Committee, in the district of Kaski, Nepal.

Rato Macchindranath is a temple which is located in the nearby village of Bungamati. It is also known as the second home of the rain god.

Budha Subba Temple or Budha Subba (Nepali: बुढा सुब्बा) is a famous religious shrine of the Kirati people of eastern Nepal which is located at Bijayapur of Dharan, Nepal. It is believed to fulfil wishes and bring good luck to the people who visit there.

It is believed that inside the temple, the Halesi Cave has been used as a dwelling for 6000 years. Lord Shiva hid there when hiding from the demon Bhamasur.

Dakshinkali Temple or Dakshin Kali Temple, located 22 kilometres outside Kathmandu and about 1 kilometre outside the village of Pharping, is one of the main temples of Nepal dedicated to the goddess kali.

Budhanilkantha Temple, located in Budhanilkantha, Nepal, is a Hindu open air temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Budhanilkantha Temple is situated below the Shivapuri Hill at the northern end of the kathmandu valley.

Boudhanath is a stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is known as Khāsti in Nepal Bhasa, Jyarung Khashor in Tibetan language or as Bauddha by speakers of Nepali.