Pharping (or Phamting) is a small Newar town lying above the Bagmati river on the southern edge of the Kathmandu valley, about 23 km from the capital. It is now part of the Dakshinkali Municipality.

The town and its environs is the site of several important Buddhist pilgrimage sites as well as a number of Buddhist monasteries and meditation retreat centres.

About 1 km south of the town is the Dakshinkali Temple, one of the main Hindu temples of Nepal dedicated to the mother goddess Kali.

Pharping is also the site of the oldest hydroelectric power station in Nepal which is now a living museum.

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S akar - CC BY-SA 4.0
Christopher J. Fynn - CC BY-SA 4.0
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