It is effortless to be overpowered by the apparently uncountable landmarks in the Kathmandu Durbar Square. The house of the Living Goddess (Kumari Ghar), the brutal Kal Bhairab, the red monkey god, and many erotic carvings are a few cases of the sights at the Square! The structures here are the most excellent fulfillments of the Malla Dynasty, and they come because of the great rivalry among the 3 palaces of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur. The Valley was partitioned among the children of Yaksya Malla. For guests today, and for the Nepalese, it was serendipitous that they, and later their posterity, started an imaginative warfare attempting to outrun one another in awesome works in construction. Rulers duplicated every last item their neighbors constructed in an even more amazing style. A guest who meanders around the Square will see a round temple in the pagoda engineering style, the temple of Goddess Taleju (legend has it that She played dice with King Jaya Prakash Malla), and a image of Shiva and Parbati sitting as a single unit right around the a significant number of landmarks.