From to, Monarch Yaksha Malla governed this Nepal Mandal. He was the last king of the United Nepal Mandal. His empire passed to his sons after his rule. He had divided the estate amongst his two sons and one daughter. Yaksha Malla, the same ruler, was also a religious king.He was a Lord Pashupatinath devotee. He used to go to the present-day Pashupatinath on a daily basis before beginning his political career. He was unable to visit Lord Pashupatinath one day (in the month of Asar) due to a massive flood in the river. King Yaksha Malla was troubled and pondering a lot that day. Lord Pashupatinath appeared to the monarch in a dream the same night, and the king was instructed to erect a statue of Pashupatinath in Bhaktapur (then capital of Nepal Mandal).
According to legend, King Yaksha Malla constructed a massive temple in Bhaktapur Durbar Square in the year and erected the figure of Lord Pashupatinath. King Yaksha Malla began visiting Pashupatinath in Bhaktapur on a daily basis on this day. This is why King Yaksha Malla was founded, which is also known as Yakshwar Mahadev.Two gold sheets are stuck to the left and left of the top cart of the Yakshwar Mahadev temple’s south gate. The first king Yaksha Malla‘s Rani Kirti Laxmi claimed that the land Guthi was retained to embellish the temple in Bisam believed (sun believed) and to operate regular worship today. The next golden letter has been held in Bisam by Raja Rai Malla and Tinma brothers (different after Anshbanda) the monarchs of the area. In a scene in which monarchs fight and lose, it is stated that regular temple worship should not be performed at the bottom today.