Pashupatinah is undoubtedly one of the most impressive places in Kathmandu. The city's mortuary is located along the Bagmati, a river that's as sacred for the Napelese people as the Ganges is for Indians. Pashupatinah is located on the outskirts of Kathmandu, but you can walk there, especially if you're staying in Bodhnath. The big ceremonial Hindu city is made up of several buildings and temples. The main one is for Shiva, and non-Hindus aren't allowed to enter. However that pales in comparison to the adventure of walking aimlessly through the mystical city dotted with temples and sculptures minors, and packed with sadhus, or holy men.