Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)
Swayambhunath, better known as the Monkey Temple, is the most recognizable landmark in Katmandu. It is a very holy place for Buddhists and Hindus alike.
So, the Intek has a node here?
The Lord Buddha's footprint
Spinning prayer wheels
A tibetan invention designed as a shortcut to saying your prayers. The prayer is on a scroll inside the wheel; spinning it clockwise says the prayer for you.
Tibetan inscriptions on stones
Pinnacle of the stupa with prayer flags
know what it is, but am not telling!
Actually; it's a lock. The joke was we bought one for Andy for Christmas, and didn't tell him what it was!
The monkeys that gave the temple it's nickname
Chanting monks in the Gompa
Video night in Kathmandu
SGK in Tibetan hat
Anders - the owner of the hats