Spirituality, Religious & Pilgrimage

MUKTINATH YATRA

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Muktinath is a highly venerated sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists. This pilgrimage is located at the Mustang district in the height of 3,710 meters above sea level. It is famous for the pilgrimage of Shalagram. Shaligram is indeed a sacred stone which is considered as a paganist in Hinduism. This is mainly found in the Kaligandaki river. Although the journey of Muktinath is complicated, thousands of Hindu believers have come here to pay tribute.

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DEVGHAT

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Devghat is the most sacred as well as religious place located in the central part of Nepal. It is located at the tricentre of Tanahun, Nawalparasi and Chitwan as well as at the junction of Gandaki, Lumbini and Narayani Zones. It has an area of 54.34 square kilometers with natural, religious, archaelogical, historical as well as cultural importance. This is the place where the great rivers Kaligandaki and Trishuli meet together. The junction point of these great rivers is known as Devghat Beni.

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JANAKPURDHAM TEMPLE

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Janakpu's main attraction, the Janaki temple, a temple dedicated to Mother Sita, is located at the centre of Janakpur. An architectural style resembling that of the Mughal places of India is used in the construction of the temple adorned with lovely artistery. The temple is also known as the Naulakh temple or Nine Hundred Thousands temple as nine hundred thousand rupees was spent in the construction of the temple.

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HALESI MAHADEV DARSHAN

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Halesi Mahadev, is a sacred temple for both Hindu and Buddhist. It is believed that inside the temple, the Halesi cave has been used as a dwelling for 6000 yrs. Lord Shiva hide there when hiding from the demon Bhasmasur. The location of the cave is between the holy rivers of Dudh Kosi and Sun Kosi River.During Bhasmasure, Ram Nawami and Ganesh Chaturthi fairs and festivals are held in this region

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KALINCHOWK BHAGAWATI TEMPLE

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Kalinchowk Bhagwati Temple is a Hindu shrine at Kuri village in Dolkha District of Nepal. It is situated in Kalinchowk VDC in Dolkha at the altitude of 3,842m from sea-level. It’s a part of Gaurishankar Conservation Area from where two rivers SunKosi and Tama Kosi River are originated. It is famous for for Temple, panorama views of Mountains and snowing activities. Most of the people visit this place in winter season and it is the best nearby place from Kathmandu to enjoy snowfall.

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LUMBINI GARDEN

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MAYA DEVI TEMPLE, is the most important temple among the ancient heritages located within the Lumbini garden. The temple houses ancient idol of Mayadevi, the Birth Maker Stone and the ruins from 3rd century BC to 7th century BC. The interior of the temple has a heavenly peaceful environment that brings to life the clairvoyance from ancient time.

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Gosaikund Lake

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Gosaikunda lake is one of the most sacred religious holy site for Hindus, During the Janai Purnima Festival, thousands of Pilgrims from Nepal and also from India visiting the kunda for the worship. The main season to visit lake from Sep to Nov but tourism wise, it’s visited almost all year round with a break during the extreme winter conditions becuase the Lake remains completely frozen for about a 5 month.

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PATHIVARA DEVI DARSHAN

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Pathibhara is a famous pilgrimage site in Taplejung district. The Pathibhara Temple is an important religious place for Hindus and Buddhists. It is at a height of 12,000 feet in Taplejung district. This sacred site of Pathibhara, the goddess of faith and purity, is located at the headquarters of Taplejung district, 19.5 km from Fungling. Located northeast at a height of 3794m.

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SHASGWAT DHAM

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Shashwat Dham, a recently opened holy place which is located at Dumkauli Village, on the way Narayanghat to Butwal Highway and spreed over 12 acres land at amidst scenic hills of Nawal Paradi District, Nepal. To get Shashwatdham from Kathmandu approx. 170 kms journey and it takes about to this places around 5 to 6 hrs.

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BUDHANILKANTHA TEMPLE

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Budhanilkantha, situated at the foot of the Shivpuri Hills in the northern-most part of the Kathmandu Valley, is about 10 km from the city. The shrine with probably the largest stone statue of Lord Vishnu in Nepal is reclining on a bed of Nagas or serpents in the middle of a small pond. The 5-m long granite image carved out of a single rock dates back to the Lichchhavi period.

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DAKSHINKALI MATA

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Dakshinkali temple is famous Kali Mata Temple in Kathmandu, People visit the temple with a belief that offering worship to the goddess returns in fulfillment of one's desire. Devotees from across the country throng the temple with the same beflief especially on Tuesday and Saturday.

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DOLESHWOR MAHADEV KEDARNATH TEMPLE

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Kedarnath The Doleshwor Mahadev temple that is considered religiously important is located at Sipadol-6, 4 km south of Jagati, Bhaktapur. This temple is worshipped as the head of the Lord Kedarnath. According to the long held belief, the head of the deity originated in this place while the remaining body part in Kedarnath of India. A large rock outcropping amidst green forest is worshipped as a representation of Lord Kedarnath.

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Namo Buddha Monastery

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Namobudha is one of the most important religious sites of the Buddhists after Kathmandu's, Swyambhunath and Bouddhanath. It is located on a picturesque hill, 45 km along Banepa, Panauti route. The religiously important Namobuddha, surrounded by serene environment and green hills, is gaining fame as an important Buddhist pilgrimage site.

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PASHUPATINATH DARSHAN

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Pashupatinath Temple is revered as one of the most important & secret holy pilgrimages sites for Hindu devotees all around the world. The temple lies in Gaushala of Kathmandu. According to the Hindu religion, Pashupatinath is considered as the protector of the universe and the patron deity of Nepali people. Hundreds of throusands of Hindu devotees from across the world come to Nepal to visit the temple

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KAILASHNATH MAHADEV SHIVA TEMPLE

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Situated in a peaceful and serene environment, visitors can not leave without praising the impressive of the idol. The statue of Lord Shiva in a standing position with a damaru (Drum) in his one hand and another hand offering the blessing for the welfare of all has emerged as one of the attractive destinations for the people of Kathmandu and of different parts of the country.

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BOUDHANATH STUPA

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Located at a distance of 8 km from the Kathmandu city. Bouddhanath Stupa is one of the important pilgrims for Buddhist. The serene environment in the surrounding of the stupa has added to its attraction. It is a preferred destinations for tourists. especially Buddhists from all over the world. Mainly, followers of Buddhism from Tibet, China, Sri Lanka, Korea and Japan desire to visit this sacred place, is also popular among the followers of Hinduism as well as other religions

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Swyambhunath Stupa

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Swoyambhunath is a popular tourist spot in Kathmandu among Buddhists as well as the people from other faiths. There are few tourist who doesn't visit the Swoyambhunath temple. The stupa is laden with 13 gold plated spires symbolizing 13 stages to salvation in Buddhism. Different sorts of idols of Buddha has added to the attraction of the stupa.

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MANAKAMANA TEMPLE DARSHAN

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Manakamana temple lies 12 km south of historic town Gorkha and located on a prominent ridge (1302m) overlooking the river valleys of Trisuli (south) and Marshyandi (west). The unique location of the place is dramatized during winter when the ridge appears as island above the sea of morning mist. People believe Manakamana Devi fulfills the wishes of her devotees, thus called the wish fulfilling deity.

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