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Six places in Nepal you must see before you die.

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Six places in Nepal you must see before you die: People are luxurious. Everyone loves to live in luxury. In this way, people try to live in happiness. The real thing is that everyone loves to be in ecstasy. If this joy is there by travel then it is no more. And what is the joy of those who love to travel? It’s very difficult to tell someone else. Maybe you have traveled to many places or overseas. Have you visited the neighboring country of India? Yes, I am talking about Nepal.

Let’s visit Nepal once. Then Nepal may be the ideal travel destination for you. Nepal is surrounded by mountains. And the mountain is good to everyone. The natural beauty of the mountain surrounds Nepal. Mount Everest, Nepal with hundreds of years old temples, skyscrapers, waterfalls, diverse cultures, different festivals.

The unique culture here fascinates the tourists. Different places in Nepal will bring you joy in different ways. Once you land in Pokhara of Nepal, you will say that you have come to heaven.

Besides, Kathmandu, Annapurna, Lumbini, Bhaktapur and Pashupatinath temples will entice you into a new experience.

Pokhara

If you want to name the beautiful city of Nepal, I would say Pokhara first. The beauty of the city is covered here. It is for this reason that Pokhara, a city of natural beauty, is called the “Queen of Nepal”. The city next to Kathmandu is Pokhara. After visiting Kathmandu, Pokhara is a must visit. Otherwise, travelling to Nepal would be incomplete if the natural ground does not go to Pokhara.

The beautiful climate and the gentle breeze of Pokhara, full of natural beauty, will make you beautiful. Besides, some of the more spectacular places here are Davis Falls, Mahendra Cave, Sharonkot, International Mountain Museum, Gurkha Memorial Museum, Tibetan Buddhism Monastery, etc.

In Pokhara you will see some of the highest mountains in the world. The mountain ranges are Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna. There are so many beautiful sights in this Pokhara. From here you can see rows of Himalayan Mountains. Fava Lake, Nepal’s second largest natural lake is located in Pokhara. You will find great pleasure in boat trip to Fava Lake. Not only that, you can glide across the sky by gliding here. On the other side the water flows from the hills. In the lake you will see the “Barahi Temple”.

Kathmandu:

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. The city of Kathmandu is rich in ancient heritage. This city is technically very advanced as well. First of all you can start your Nepal trip from Kathmandu. In Kathmandu you will find a wonderful mix of trekking agencies, hotels, restaurants, tourist shops, religious places and art workshops. Others side Akash Bhairab, Ashan Hall, Kathmandu Darbar, Seto Makhindnath Temple, Shiva Temple are especially notable.

You will find hundreds of beautiful monuments, sculptures, artistic temples and monuments of the Virgin Mary in Kathmandu. Swayambhunath, an ancient Buddhist complex situated on the hills of Kathmandu. Be sure to visit the Buddhist complex.

 Annapurna

Annapurna is the third largest city in Nepal. About 200 km from Annapurna distance from Kathmandu. Annapurna city is a natural reserve area.

Here are some rows of peaks in the western part of the Himalayas. The high mountains here are 8000 meters high. These shots are snowing all the time. So when you come here, you must feel very lucky. The base camp track is the most visited spot in Annapurna.

Do you track? But of course you will go to Annapurna base camp track. However, your tour must be done in the spring. This time you will be very happy to visit Nepal. Annapurna Base Camp Track is a popular trekking spot for professional climbers.

 Lumbini

Lumbini is located east of the city of Kopilabastu. Siddhartha Gautam was born there. The Buddhist birthplace of the Holy Lumbini is a very popular place for pilgrims. Lumbini is a small town in the western part of Nepal. It is said that Maya Devi, the mother of Gautam Buddha, gave birth to a tree in the garden.

There, a temple was named after him. Here you will find multiple monasteries, sacred ponds, meditation centres and cultural events.

Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur is located 15 km from Kathmandu. Bhaktapur, the ancient heritage city of Nepal. This city bears witness to the ancient traditions. Because the city of Bhaktapur is a land of beauty of extravagant craftsmanship. Bhaktapur was the abode of ancient kings. The city is known as a museum of medieval art, literature, wood carving, metal sculptures and furniture. Here you will see Buddhist temples and other temples.

There are interesting architecture here. Examples: West Tamwali Solar Gate, Potters Square, Potters Square Lion, Tamwi Weight, New Tapola Temple, Darbar Square, Erotic Elephants Temple, Teilju Bell, Raj Bhavan, National Art Gallery, Sonali Gate, Siddhi Mandir, Siddhi Lakshmi Bhimsen Temple, Tachupal Museum, etc.

Pashupatinath

Pashupatinath Temple is located 6 km from North Kathmandu. Pashupatinath is the most prominent temple of Tantric science. Most people consider Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal to be the most prominent of all temples. This beast has a beautiful meaning hidden in the chest. ‘Pashupati’ means ‘Pashu’ meaning ‘life’ and ‘Pati’ means sir or owner, meaning ‘owner of life’ or ‘god of life’.

The five faces of Pashupatinath represent various incarnations of Shiva, Sadyojata (also known as Barun), Vamdeva (also known as Uma Maheswara), Tatpurusha, Aghor & Ishana. They face West, North, East, South and Zenith respectively, and represent Hinduism’s five primary elements namely earth, water, air, light and ether.

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