Temple Nepal

Let me take you down . . .
’cause we’re going to Temple Nepal

A change of astral pace

. . . in the Garden of Kathmandu Dreams

Help! I’m being held captive by Lamas
in pajamas at a Himalayan Monastery

for spinning the Mother of Prayer Wheels

without the transcdental authority.

Pray softly and carry a big stick

. . . for your prey ๐Ÿ™ Namaste!

Sorting out the prayer flags

. . . and doing a great job at it.

“It is appointed for man to die once …”

David & Linda Redpath ยฉ 2019

101 thoughts on “Temple Nepal”

  1. David, thanks for sharing a world unique to a fella sitting in Ohio on a cool, almost feeling like spring day. These images help to broaden my appreciation for all of the amazing people on our planet.

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  2. Most beautiful pics.when you will go your country-India and Nepaal are going with you as immortal memories and they will call you again and again๐Ÿ˜Šhey dearRedpath!!have you visited the Temple of Pashpati Naath at Kathmaandu.most beautiful and memorable.if you have not plz visit that surely.without this the trip of Nepaal is uncompleted.

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    1. There is much reconstruction work going
      on at the Pashupatinath Temple. With all
      the earthmoving equipment & debris out
      the front, I assumed it was temporarily
      closed. It was only as we were leaving
      Kathmandu I learned that the main temple,
      at the back of the grounds, was still open.
      Too late … Very disappointing. Next time.

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      1. You’re welcome, David. So happy that it was a Magical Mystery Tour. There are truly times to be undercover and missing in action. Did you find the eggman, did you find the walrus while undercover? ๐Ÿ˜‰


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