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Footprint of Lord Krishna in Kathmandu Valley

By Don Prince   Posted at  Saturday, May 07, 2016   Religion No comments
Kapurdhara is one of the busiest place of Kathmandu city.  It's a destination of several internal and external tourists due to its historical, social and geographical background. But it's rarely mentioned somewhere that this place carries the history of Lord Krishna's arrival in the valley. This place records footprint of Lord Krishna in Kathmandu.

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5 thousands years ago, the current area of Kapurdhara, Kathmandu lacked water for survival. Lord Krishna, who had come from India, shot with bow and arrow on the ground and then it brought white water from there. The water was as white as camphor {Kapur}. A tap {dhara} was also established there. So the place is called Kapurdhara which means a place where a tap having white water as camphor is found.
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About Don Prince

An official author and researcher at National Discovery Channel, loves to enjoy life by haunting mysteries behind the universe.

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