Lhasapake translates to “Road To Lhasa “(Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region, is located on the north bank of the Lhasa River in a Himalayan valley. The red-and-white Potala Palace, which stands at 3,700 meters above Red Mountain, was formerly the Dalai Lama’s winter residence.) Previously, Nepal Mandal Earlier Kathmandu Valley was a ninth. Maha Manjushri had traveled from Lhasa, Tibet, to Nepal to get water from the Daha(Lake) . He returned through this road after cutting the Dado of Chobhar and taking water from it. This Maha Manjushri is known as Lhasa Pass Sharaswati since it is located on the way to Lhasa. There is still a rumor that a tunnel leads to Lhasa. An idol of Manjushri is also supposed to be installed at the tunnel’s entrance.
Maha Manjushree, according to mythology, appeared here before draining the water from the renowned Kathmandu Lake. Maha-mandap-Giri or Ratnagiri is the name of the hill. Several Buddhist sages and Siddhas are said to have visited the cave since it was revered as Maha Manjushree‘s grotto. Milarepa, a brilliant poet and Buddhist master who lived between the 11th and 12th centuries, was one of them. He is thought to have come to the valley on the invitation of a king from Kathmandu. The broken relics and the fallen boulder can still be discovered in the derbies, around 50 meters below the temple. Local Newars say Maha Manjushree arrived here before draining the famed Kathmandu Lake of water. Maha-mandap-Giri or Ratnagiri is the name of the hill.