Pilgrimage tour Pashupatinath – Muktinath
Nepal is country which has the both historically and holistically most alluring destinations around the world. The country is rich in spots of pilgrimage for both the devotees of Hinduism and Buddhism. Surrounded by the incredible Himalayas and unbounded natural beauty, Nepal is acclaimed as an intact place for religion, peace, and emancipation. The tour to these pristine pilgrimages is to be bucket listed.
Committed to Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath is one of the most divine religious destinations in Asia for an ardent admirer of Shiva. Pashupatinath temple was remodeled by Malla kings and augmented in the 5th century. The site is said to have come into existence from the ancient aeon when Shiva Lingam was found here. Pashupatinath is the complex of magnificent sanctuaries, figures, Ashrams, and platform for Hindu customs and incineration on the back of Bagmati stream. Pashupatinath is considered an arch of 12 jyotirlingas and the most essential of Shiva’s residence as indicated by Tamil sacred texts.
Admired by both Hindus and Buddhist devotees, Muktinath temple is a symbol of religious mutuality. Situated in a quaint location the pagoda-styled temple, Muktinath, is devoted to Lord Vishnu. Behind the temple are the 108 water nozzles with the water flowing from Mansarovar. Hindus regard that Lord Vishnu got emancipation from the scourge of Brinda here. Thusly, Lord Vishnu is revered as the aristocrat of emancipation; Muktinath. This region is acclaimed for a bizarre consolidation of water, air, and fire and earth element. This place is also known to the origin place of “Saligram”. Mukti Kunda, Mukti Dhara, Jwala Mai Temple, Mharme Lha Khang Gompa, Swaminarayan, and Saligram are the major attraction of this area.
Situated in Khotang District of Nepal, Halesi Mahadev is regarded as another Pashupatinath in eastern Nepal. Admitted to having been in existence since six thousand years, Halesi Mahadev is a natural cave correlated with Lord Shiva to Hinduism and Guru Rinpoche in Buddhism. The three mysterious caves existed here is believed to be three eyes of Lord Shiva. Particularly, during the celebration of Shivaratri, Ram Navami, and Ganesh Chaturthi many devotees from Hindu and Buddhist community come to visit this place. The expedition to Halesi Mahadev is also the exploration of nature and experience of local tradition as well as lifestyle.
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