Suryavinayak Temple, Nepal

Important information

  • Location: Bhaktapur District, Nepal
  • Festivals: Ganesh Chaturthi
  • Main Deity: Ganesh Idol
  • Languages: Nepali, Gorkhali & Hindi
  • Darshan Timings: 07:00 AM to 09:00 PM
  • Best Season To Visit: All
  • Contact Number: +9779862566016
  • How To Reach

Suryavinayak Temple is a Hindu temple in Nepal. It is located in Bhaktapur district, Nepal. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Ganesh. The temple is a historical as well as a cultural monument and tourist center. The Suryavinayak Temple is one of the four popular shrines of Lord Ganesh in the Kathmandu Valley. The temple is also called the temple of rising sunlight.


The temple is believed to have actually been originally constructed over 1500 years ago. The temple was constructed in the time of the Lichhavi King Vishnu Dev Barma.

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Darshan Timing

  • 07:00 AM to 09:00 PM
  • How To Reach

    • Kathmandu is the nearest place to reaching Bhaktapur.
    • To reach this temple you need to reach first at Kathmandu.
    • You can reach Kathmandu by road or plane from India.
    • The Temple is located about two kilometers from Bhaktapur City in Nepal.
    • The place is situated in a forest and can be reached on foot.

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