Guhyeshwari Temple is located in the Pashupati area, just one kilometer away from the main Pashupati temple. The pagoda-style temple has a distinct interior. It is considered as an important pilgrimage destination, many Hindus and Buddhists devotees visit this temple to worship Guhyeshwari Goddess. Pashupatinath and Guhyeshwari are the representations of the unity of Shiva and Shakti. In the 17th Century, King Pratap Malla built this temple, it is believed that a body part of Sati Devi Parbati fell after her death in the place where the temple is situated. Guhyeshwari is also known for its Tantrik rituals. Many people visit this temple to gain strength from Goddess Guhyeshwari. The figure of the Goddess is a flat parallel to the ground and the worshipper prays by bowing down. A Bhairab Kunda is also situated near the temple where devotees put their hand inside the pond and whatever they get is considered holy and is accepted as a blessing from the Goddess. Thousands of devotees visit this temple on the 10th day of Dashain, Navratri. We would recommend you to this temple to find peace and take blessings from the Goddess.