Bhaktapur, locally known as Khwopa or Bhadgaon that means, “Rice City " is world-renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture, colorful festival and indigenous life-style. It means city of devotes as Bhaktapur city is protected as a UNESCO world Heritage site. The Bhaktapur is one of the most charming architecture showpieces of the valley as it highlights the ancient. Bhaktapur Durbar Square Bhaktapur Durbar Square the town is known is a museum of Medieval art and construction with many examples of sculpture, woodcarving and massive pagoda style temples consecrated to different Gods and Goddesses. It is a collection of Pagoda and shikhara-style temples grouped around a fifty five window palace of brick and wood. The city is shaped like a conch shell, one of emblems of the God Vishnu. The square is one of the most charming architectural showpieces of the Valley as it highlights the ancient arts of Nepal. The Art Gallery contains ancient paintings belonging to the Hindu and Buddhist traditions of various periods and descriptions. Some of the most popular monuments golden gate, lion gates, peacock window, 55 windows Palace, Nyatapola temple, mini Pashupatinath Temple, Vatsala Temple, Statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Datatarya Temple, two stone images of Bhairav (the dreadful aspect of Shiva) and Ugrachandi are main attractions.
Bhaktapur Tour is famous to see this thing Pottery and weaving are its major traditional industries. Sometimes it's best to take a break from temples and sit back and watch the unchanging rituals of daily life: The laying out of grain to dry in the sun, families collecting water or washing under communal taps, children playing simple games, dyed yarns flapping in the breeze or potters at work throwing clay are the major attraction of these site. Though a massive earthquake of 1934 destroyed many temples, bahals (monastery courtyards), and residences, the city is still a living proof of the highest craft standards in this part of the world. As the visitor wanders through narrow brick paved streets, many alleys will show hidden shrines and statues.