Bungamati is a charming, little village south of Kathmandu. It sees very few visitors but it is worth coming here for a stroll.
The biggest building in the village, a temple known as Rato Machhendranath Mandir, in the central town square.
One of the city's gates with a stone lion half buried by the new cobble stone pavement. It must have been here for a long time and then been half buried as they relaid the street. Notice also the communist flags on the gate. The maoist presenec is strong many places in Nepal.
Traditional red brick houses by a local water tank.
Susanna by the tank.
A deity in a hidden corner of an old overgrown courtyard.