StatueVisit Kailashnath Mahadev Shiva Statue - Saga

Shiva is one of the most popular gods of the Hindu trinity. The cult of Shiva is called Shaivism. It has been in vogue in Nepal, since the early centuries of the Christaian era. Iconography points out that the Shiva cult appeared in Nepal as lingam (phallus) worship. Some scholars are of the opinion that phallic worship was probably borrowed from some aboriginal tribes as their god was the phallus of Shisna devata. Shiva-linga is identified as cosmic Purusha.
Shiva is the lord of destruction, and is generally represented in three forms: i) Lingam ii) Anthropomorphic form and iii) Natraj or Nasa deva (Lord of artistic skill)
Shiva's familiar representation is lingam or phallus. His act of destruction is allied to creation. He is a symbol of fertility and his role is also emphasized as a creator. Lingam is cylindrical in shape, standing upright on its narrow end and rounded at the top. It stands on a yoni, a flat rimmed chalice called Jalheri, which is symbolic Yoni has a groove all round it to drain off the water poured on lingam during worship. Lingam and Yoni are symbolic of male and female generative organs and they represent the supreme creative principle.
In Nepal, the most famous lingam is of Pashupati (pashu, beast, pati, lord) or lord of animals. Pashupati is the presiding deity of Nepal. The temple of Pashupatinath is the holiest temple of Nepal. Pashupati is the gentle aspect of Shiva

The 108 feet tall idol of Hindu god Shiva, situated at Sangabhanjyang of Bhaktapur is acclaimed as the Asia tallest idol of Lord Shiva. the idol has been erected at the area covering 75 ropanies of land. the area comprises a beautiful garden and a children's park while the huge statue has been accompanied by statues of seated Nandi (Lord Shiva's favorite bull) his wife Parvati and his sons, Ganesh and Kumar. From this place bordering Kathmandu and Kavre district, a commanding view of the most parts of the Kathmandu valley can be observed. people from different parts come to visit during holidays.

Situated in a peaceful and serene environment, visitors can not leave without praising the impressive of the idol. The statue of Lord Shiva in a standing position with a damaru (Drum) in his one hand and another hand offering the blessing for the welfare of all has emerged as one of the attractive destinations for the people of Kathmandu and of different parts of the country. This place lies at a distance of five km from Banepa of Kavre district and at a five minutes walking distance from Saga. Visitors from Kathmandu have to travel a distance of 22 km to reach the place.

How to go Kailashnath Mahadev Shiva Temple?
Destination: Take a local bus or private vehicle. Drive to Bhaktapur and then trun to Saga Bhanjyang 10 min (Border in Bhaktapur & Kavre District)
Distance: 22 km (One way)
Driving Time: Approx. 45 minutes
Transportation: By Local Bus Rs 50 to Rs 100/- Per Person & By Private Vehicle Rs 3500/- to Rs 5000/- depend on time frame.
Travel Route: Kathmandu - Tinkune - Bhaktapur - Saga Bhanjyang

Tour Itinerary
Day 01: Visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square - Changunarayan Temple - Kailashnath Mahadev Shiva Temple Darshan & further drive either go to Nagarkot or Dhulikhel if you plan to stay hill stations for Sunrise & Mt views.

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Day 01: Kathmandu Arrival - Evening Pashupatinath Darshan & Join Evening Aarati
Day 02: After Breakfast, Full Day Sightseeing - Swyambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath & Budhanilkantha Temple
Day 03: Drive to Visit Mahadev Shiva Temple at Saga which is lie on the way Dhulikhel road by pass the Bhaktapur city. After Puja and Darshan, back to Bhaktapur for city sightseeing then to hotel Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel
Day 04: After Breakfast, Transfer to international airport for the flight to onward destination. Service End

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