Nepal is India’s neighboring country and lies between India and China. This country has been in the history since Neolithic age. Nepal is also rich in culture and heritage. There are various temples dedicated to Hindu Gods and Goddesses. People from India and around the world visit Nepal’s religious sites. One of the most famous religious sites of Nepal is Pashupatinath Temple. Pashupatinath temple is the oldest temple in Nepal and is also one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Pashupatinath temple is located in Kathmandu, the national capital of Nepal. Kathmandu is a beautiful city and has a large number of temples. Kathmandu literally has more temples than houses situated there. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. He is also known as Pashupati, the Lord of Pashus (animals). Pashupatinath temple is considered as one of the sacred temple of Hindus. And is situated along the banks of the sacred Bagmati river. The major festival that is celebrated in this temple is Maha Shivratri. Another point of attraction is the evening aarti done on the shores of River Bagimati. A large number of devotees from India and other countries visit here.
The 12 Jyotirlingas that are worshiped in India are the body parts and the Jyotirlinga in Pashupatinath is the head of the body. According to legends Lord Shiva took the form of a buffalo to escape from Pandavas, who were searching him to absolve themselves for their sins. But when they found out that the buffalo is Lord Shiva himself they tried to convince him. Buffalo buried his face in the surface of the ground. When Panadavas tried to pull his head out of the land the face of the buffalo went straight to Nepal’s Kathmandu, where now lays the Pashupatinath temple.
Day 1: – Gorakhpur
First of all you will have to arrive and assemble in Gorakhpur from your hometown or from wherever you live. After arriving there our representative will attend and assist you throughout your tour. Check in into the hotel and freshen up. You can also go Gorakhpur Temple for Darshan and explore Gorakhpur. Return back to hotel and retire for the night there.
Day 2: – Gorakhpur – Pokhara
Get up in the morning and after having a wholesome of breakfast you will be driving to Pokhara. On your way you can enjoy Sunouli sightseeing, it is an important border of India and Nepal. After exploring Sunouli move towards Lumbini, this is where Lord Buddha was born. And after that start moving towards Pokhara. After arriving there check into the hotel as you will be spending the night there.
Day 3: – Pokhara – Kathmandu
On this day after having breakfast you will start driving towards your destination Kathmandu. You can also enjoy the other tourist spots that you will find on your way. After arriving at Kathmandu check in into the hotel. Spend the night in your hotel rooms.
Day 4: – Kathmandu
Get up early in the morning as you will be heading to your destination of Pashupatinath temple for Darshan. After performing pooja return back to your hotel. Then instead of wasting your time sitting in your hotel rooms you can explore Kathmandu. Other major tourist attractions of Kathmandu are Bodhnath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa and Guhewari Temple. After the sightseeing return to your hotel and retire in your hotel rooms for the night.
Day 5: – Kathmandu – Gorakhpur
Today is the last day of your Pashupatinath Temple tour. You will be taking a ride back to Gorakhpur via Sunouli. After arriving at Gorakhpur Airport aboard for the flight to your home’s nearest airport.
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