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Situated at an altitude of 3710 meters above sea level, Muktinath Temple is one of the popular pilgrimage spot for both Hindu and Buddhist. The temple is located in the Mustang District of Nepal across the Annapurna Mountains in Annapurna Conservation Area. Hindu called it Mukti Kshetra and Chumig Gyatsa by Buddhist.

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There is a Vishnu God Statue inside the temple which is worshiped by devotees as the god of salvation. Being 51st Shakti Peethams (Power Shrine), the temple itself is must visit plac

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NAGDAHA: A Visit to the Snake Lake

In the days of yore Lord Shiva used to reside at Nagdaha. The Goddess Bajrabarahi was worried. She thought if Lord Shiva stays in Nagdaha no one will worship her. (textCopyright at Nepal tours) Using her divine powers she transformed herself into a pig and started making grunting noises. Pigs are traditionally associated with dirt and squalor and hearing the grunting pig Lord Shiva thought the lake was a dirty place. He set out in search of cleanliness and tranquility and settled in Gosainkund L

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Nepal Trekking Info

The best way to experience Nepal’s unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through them. The immense contrasts in altitudes and climates found here support an equally spectacular mix of lifestyles, vegetation types and wildlife.
Trekking in the mountains of Nepal is more a cultural experience than a wilderness expedition. You will be passing through picturesque villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups. You will see Chhetri farmers working in their fields and Ta

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800px-A_view_of_Boudhanath_Premises_2017_01.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xNabin K. Sabkota

 

 

At a height of around 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) up in the Himalaya Mountains, the capital of Nepal (pop. 2.5 million) remains an exotic magnet for travelers from all over the world looking to quench their wanderlust, whether they visit independently or with Kathmandu tour packages. And for very good reason this is dubbed "the city of temples" - most of them of the 80-percent-majority Hindu religion but also sites very important to Buddhism, especially as this region is hel

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