The Sheshnarayan Temple built in the 17th century is an ancient Hindu temple complex dedicated to Lord Vishnu. There are quite a few beautifully carved Licchavi-era statues in the courtyard, including those of Garuda and Hanuman. The surrounding ponds with crystal clear water have semi-submerged stone carvings, and are full of koi carp fish.
This Saturday our PhotoWalk was at the Sheshnarayan Temple. Here are a few selected photographs taken by the participants of photowalk, followed by a short video of the event.
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