Kathmandu Durbar Square is the capital city of Nepal, and one of the world’s most established urban areas. The old piece of the City, with limited medieval avenues and exquisite little hallowed places, focuses on Durbar Square. One can discover unmistakable pagoda-roofed sanctuaries, stone figures, old cloisters, and noteworthy landmarks in Durbar Square.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square also called Bhadgaon is a historical center of medieval workmanship and design with many fine instances of the model, woodcarving and giant pagoda sanctuaries blessed to various divine beings and goddesses. The city is formed like a conch shell-one of the insignias of the god Vishnu and was established by Lord Ananda Deva in 889 A.D. Earthenware and weaving are its major conventional businesses. The city lies fifteen Kilometers toward the east of Kathmandu. The city is 1,402 meters above the ocean level.
The antiquated name of Patan Durbar Square is Lalitpur which implies a city of magnificence. It is to be sure a city of excellence and beauty and is moved toward a round configuration with Buddhist stupas at every one of the four purposes of the compass. The city is three Kilometers south-east of Kathmandu over the stream Bagmati. Like Kathmandu, its focal point of fascination is Durbar Square perplexing, arranged right in the center of the commercial center. The city is brimming with Buddhist landmarks and Hindu sanctuaries with fine bronze entryways, watchman gods, and magnificent carvings. Noted for its skilled workers and metal laborers, it is likewise known as the city of craftsmen. It is accepted that the city has been worked during the reign of Vira Dev in 299 A.D.