al-Ḥashāshīn) is the description used to refer to a group of individuals of the medieval period known as Nizari Ismailis.
Often enough described as a secret order led by a mysterious "Old Man of the Mountain", the Nizari Ismailis were a sect that formed in the late 11th century from a split within Ismailism – itself a branch of Shia Islam.
Keep on walking and you come to Kel Tole after passing shops overflowing with brass utensils.
Further on is the junction of Indrachowk with the temple of Akash Bhairav occupying one side.
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