Panauti is a region in Kavrepalanchok District in Province No. 3 of Nepal found 32 km Southeast of the capital Kathmandu. The town is presently recorded as an UNESCO speculative site since 1996. Panauti is a verifiable city in Nepal, initially it was a little state given by King Bhupatindra Malla as a share to his sister. This town has a populace of under 15,000 individuals and a couple of unmistakable symbols, for example, the Indreswor sanctuary and Panauti Layaku Durbar square found in the town focus.
Panauti, arranged at the conversion of the two streams Rosi and Punyamati, has been viewed as a vital religious site since early occasions. In Nepali society, such waterways are viewed as sacrosanct. A visit or only a bathing to such places empowers the guest to be liberated from numerous transgressions and nerves, as it is accepted to be holy. Besides, it is likewise trusted that at Panauti, notwithstanding previously mentioned two streams, a 3rd waterway Lilawati additionally meets making it again a tri-intersection called Triveni. Panauti, comprises of an assortment of Buddhist and Hindu religious landmarks, and is viewed as one of the zone's most essential medieval locales. It is additionally considered as the most imaginative town in Nepal after Kathmandu Valley.