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'''Gokarna Mahadev''' (The Gods of Gokarna) or '''Gokarneshwar''' (The Lord of Gokarna) is an important [[Nepal|Nepali]] temple, situated near the village of Gokarna, Several kilometers northeast of [[Bodnath|Bodhnath]] in the [[Kathmandu Valley]]. Within the temple's sanctum lies an important [[Lingam]] of the [[Hindu]] god [[Shiva]], but its fame relies mainly on the collection of statues and carvings around the temple.
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'''Gokarna Mahadev''' (The Gods of Gokarna) or '''Gokarneshwar''' (The Lord of Gokarna) is an important [[Nepal|Nepali]] temple, situated near the village of Gokarna, Several kilometers northeast of [[Bodnath|Bodhnath]] in the [[Kathmandu Valley]]. Within the temple's sanctum lies an important [[Lingam]] of the [[Hindu]] god [[Shiva]], but its fame relies mainly on the collection of statues and carvings around the temple.
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Gokarna Mahadev (The Gods of Gokarna) or Gokarneshwar (The Lord of Gokarna) is an important Nepali temple, situated near the village of Gokarna, Several kilometers northeast of Bodhnath in the Kathmandu Valley. Within the temple's sanctum lies an important Lingam of the Hindu god Shiva, but its fame relies mainly on the collection of statues and carvings around the temple.