Krishna Temple was built in 1637 by the late King Siddhi Narasigh Malla, located at the heart of Patan. It is believed that King Siddhi Narasigh Malla had a dream where Lord Krishna and Radha were standing at the very place, this is the reason why the king built the Krishna Temple at the same place. The temple is carved with stone rather than the use of bricks, which is quite rare compared to the other temples of Nepal. The temple is not only beautiful but also constructed in a meaningful way, each floor of the temple is denoted by God, The first floor represents Lord Krishna, the second Shiva, and the third Lokeshwor. The interiors of the temple are decorated by the scenes of Ramayana in the Newari language. The temple is worshipped especially in the major occasion called Krishna Jayanti in the month of Bhadra for Lord Krishna’s Birthday. We would recommend you to visit this beautiful temple if you are near the Patan of the Kathmandu valley.