Kailashnath Mahadev Statue, situated about 20km from Kathmandu in Sanga, Bhaktapur is the world’s fortieth-tallest and Asia’s First-tallest Shiva temple. The temple is dedicated to lord shiva, the most powerful god in the Hindu religion. The main attraction of the temple is the tallest statue located at the height of Bhaktapur. The construction of the statue began in 2003 and was completed in 2010. It was constructed by Kamal Jain and Hill Take. The statue is 144 feet 44m tall made from copper, zinc, cement, and steel. This temple is considered as the second tallest Hindu deity after Garuda Wisnu Kencana Statue in Bali, Indonesia. The temple has played a very important role in the uplifting tourism industry of Nepal since a large number of people visit this temple from all over the world and Nepal. The crowd can be witnessed in this temple during the weekends, National holidays, and Hindu festivals. The establishment of this temple in Sanga has helped a lot to improve the financial status of local people by providing business with a large number of visitors. We would recommend you to visit this beautiful, attractive temple if you are near the Bhaktapur area.