Konti Hiti or Dhungedhara (water spout) is located in front of the Kumbheshwore temple.

Every Hiti built in this style usually has several religious figures and symbols in its vicinity such as the image of Narayana (the supreme lord of water world) Shivalinga, (the symbol of procreation), chaitya, Naga Devata and so on making it a sacred place for holy wash. This early 9th century Hiti is a good example of the typical water spout of Nepal.
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