Soon the boatmen took us to the lake island, and we went ashore to visit the Shakti Temple on the island. The island is small in size, but full of religious atmosphere. The temples with double eaves are hung with colorful decorations, while the low lintels are surrounded by exquisite carved patterns. There are also shrines around which worshippers and tourists from different countries are intertwined. The criteria for distinguishing each other are usually that tourists take photos, while believers bow their heads and enter temples to worship gods. This goddess temple is a Hindu temple, in which Shakti, the goddess of power, is the goddess of protection for women, so most of the people who enter the temple here are female worshippers. They are full of expectations to cross the lake to worship the gods. It is said that the worship has become an indispensable part of the local marriage ceremony. We took a look at the architecture and cultural landscape on the lake island, then boarded the boat and left the lake island. The boatmen took us to the cruise ship terminal in downtown Bokara.
The Shakti Temple is located on the central island of Lake Feiwa. It is the most important symbol of Bokara. We need to wait for the island by boat. Four of us rented a boat. The scenery on both sides of the island is very beautiful. It takes about 10 minutes to get to the island. The island is small and has many pigeons around the temple. According to local guides, Shakti, the goddess of power, is the goddess of women's protection. Therefore, many female worshippers can often be seen here crossing the lake, bringing many female animals and poultry to the gods. Now it has become an indispensable part of the local marriage ceremony.
The Shakti Temple is situated on the central island of Lake Feiwa. The island is small and can be visited in five minutes.
On a small island in the centre of Lake Feiwa, many believers and tourists are visiting the island. The believers are praying piously at the gate of the temple. Someone else will give you a red light on your forehead with a finger dipped in red dye to express their blessings. We can go to the country and do as the Romans do.
The Shakti Temple is located on the island in the center of Lake Feiwa, which is an important symbol of Bokla. Shakti is the incarnation of the Goddess of Strength and the patron saint of women. Here, many women can often be seen crossing lakes and rivers to pay homage to the Goddess of Shakti and sacrifice the female animals and poultry they bring to the gods. Now the ceremony has become an indispensable ceremony for local people to get married. The Shakti Temple is a Hindu temple, so every person who enters the temple must take off his shoes and remove all his cowhide products. The elephant god was enshrined in the temple of the Shakti goddess
Every boater on Lake Feiwa stops at the island in the middle of the lake, where there is a Barali, the most important symbol of Bokara. The goddess Shakti is the goddess of power and the goddess of women's protection. The Goddess Temple is a Hindu temple. People entering the temple must take off their shoes first. Although this temple is well-known, compared with several temples in China, the temples in Nepal are actually small and not high. However, a square meter pavilion has a small God in its deepest part. There will also be a person like a temple blessing sitting in it to help people who come to worship put their offerings. Therefore, people who come to worship can only enter the pavilion shallowly. Then lay down the tribute and worship. Although the temple is very small, the devotion of those who come to worship is real, even in such a small temple, they still sit conscientiously every step of the action. Although the Shakti Temple is a female protector, we can see that there are many men coming to worship.
Weak asked, can I tell you the truth, I chose to go to Nepal because of the movie - "Waiting for the Wind", so the main purpose is: paraglider 2. Living Goddess - Kumari. After a while, but did not let the photograph have to buy a postcard to take away. Never buy a postcard in the hands of the grandmother at the door.