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Gold Color Painted Pashupatinath Temple
One of the most sacred Hindu temples.
This temple complex was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites’ list in 1979.
It is also included as one of the seven monument groups in UNESCO’s designation of Kathmandu Valley as a cultural heritage site.
Our personal favourite, gold colour painted Pashupatinath Temple, is absolutely stunning in its look.
Built in a Pagoda style, this replica of Lord Shiva Temple is the finest craftwork by our highly skilled artisans.
The tiny details around all the four sides, colour details speaks for itself.
Truly a Masterpiece!
$90.00 – $139.00
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- Handmade in the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Nepal.
- Made with wooden.
- Available in a different size.
- Small one is – 24cmx24cm, Weight: 0.8kg.
- Large one is – 32cmx32cm, Weight: 1.7kg.
- Especially, used for decoration.
- A perfect gift to your loved ones.
- For more detail contact us.
- Shipped all over the World.
- Also available in wholesale and in retail.
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Australia: 2-4 working days within Australia
New Zealand: 4-6 working days
North America, Western Europe, Asia, and the Pacific: 6-13 working days
Rest of the World: 10-15 working days
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