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Beautifully ornate, old building that experienced some damage in the earthquake. There were beams supporting one section of wall. We waited excitedly to see the Kumari (living goddess), but when she arrived at the window I felt sad and questioned our being here. The little...More
In my case I will give more than fives stars because I was lucky to see the kumari girl.
I went at 11 o’clock, tour guides say that the girl come out to the window between 10 to 12 for just 30 seconds, I could...More
Reflecting on the lifestyles of the old king of Nepal, the palace is a living history of Nepal. Though considerably damaged due to earthquake, it's being restored to a great extent. Worth a visit and learn about ancient history of Nepal.
Our taxi driver was Nepali but he didn't know the route and we had search around for this place.When we reached there we asked a lady about kumari ghar. We astonished as that lady came along with us with respect though she had to go...More
I was blessed and fortunate enough to see Devi Kumari when I visited Kathmandu. It was August 12th 2019 when Devi Kumari arrived to Chengunarayan temple for some ritual. This place was affected by earthquake and you can see wooden supports provided to all heritage...More
i wish you luck on the day you decide to visit so that you can see their Live Goddess Kumari waving, she comes out to wave at people once a time.
i was shocked to find this attraction, where the goddess lives, dirty but it...More
The building itself with the intricate carvings was beautiful even if modest in size. But it’s the history and background about the location and the living goddess that was fascinating. The Kumari did peek out when we visited which made it a bit more special....More
I didn’t know anything about the Kumari before reading the Lonely Planet guide the morning before our trip to Durbar Square. It said she usually comes out between 9 and 11am so we headed down to the square to see if we could catch a...More