The Pashupatinath Temple is one of the renowned Hindu complexes situated near the banks of Bagmati River in Kathmandu the Nepal capital. In fact, this complex consists of a number of temples, various inscriptions, and different religious structures that were established over a long period of time.
Historical records assert that the very first establishment to be founded in the Pashupatinath complex of temples dates back to around the middle of the 5th century. This was an impressive temple that consisted of two floors. With time passing by, many other temples and complexes were built around it.
Included in the World Heritage Site of the UNESCO in 1979, the Pashupatinath complex of temples became a famous touristic landmark of Nepal. Many travelers admire the distinctive architecture of the Hindus perfectly illustrated at the Pashupatinath complex.