There are other beautiful important stone carvings belonging to different periods that are spread across the city. SRIDHAR VISHNU, GOPIKRISHNA and the NAVAGRAHA panel, amongst others, are worthy of a detour.
The STONE PILLARS located at the crossroad near the GYANBIKAS library building of YALACHHEN TOL and the two located in the GHAT area with their carvings of celestial beings in the typical style of 9th and 10th Centuries LICHCHHAVI period can be taken as the oldest in PANAUTI.
The STONE BAS-RELIEF located in the North-Eastern corner of the LAYAKU SQUARE (in the middle of town) depicts the theme of UMAMANESHWOR and is also in the style typical of the of 9th and 10th Centuries.
The traditional WATER FOUNTAINS of the city show great skills and artistic sensitivity with their beautiful SPOUTS decorated with fantastic MAKARKRITI (Crocodile.
The fountain located near the LAYAKU DURBAR Square dates from 17th Century AD.
There are many other notable Temples and Monasteries in and around Panauti well worth a visit.
BRAHMAYANI Temple and DHANANJAYA BASUKI NAG are situated near INDRESHWOR Temple. There is also DHANESHWOR MAHADEV Temple, DOUPADA DEVISTHAN, KATHAN KUMARI and GANESH Temples, MANESWORI MAI and SANKATA Temples, BHIMSEN and SHRIKRISHNA Temples, BRAHMAYANI and HAR SIDDHI DHYOCHHEN, GUHESWORI and BHAGWATI Temples, KARUNA MAI and BADRINATH Temples, BASHA GOPAL RADHA KRISHNA Temple AND SHIVA PARVATI MANDIR, a small sized PASHUPATINATH Temple.
Further afield are other famous cultural centres of NAMO BUDDHA and GORAKHANATH temples, SALMITAR, SALLE DANDA, JYALACHITI FOREST CHAKHARKA, BHAGWAN THUMKI, and KHOPASI who have all been declared Ancient Monuments Sites by the Government of NEPAL.