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Tours in Nepal

Nepal, known as the Himalayan country in the world. Naturally rich Nepal has a lot of things besides Trekking. Nepal is rich in cultural history in the world. Your Travel Partner organized many outdoor activities. Such as Trekking in Nepal, Tours in Nepal, World Heritage sites Sightseeing, Day Hiking, Mountaineering, and many more. Ace vision is your Travel Partner organize with customized tours in Nepal.

In Nepal we have many tour dentations among them, here are some Tours below. Nepal being a secular nation is very rich in culture and national and heritage. There are many temples, monasteries, stupas, water spouts, (kundas) statues, and idols of Gods and Goddesses. They are full of art and architecture. Religion such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islamism, Jainism, Sikhism, and many others are in practice. Here is religious tolerance.

Tour Destinations to Nepal

Pashupatinath Temple

Nepal has numerous Pilgrimage sites, sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. To the Hindus, the most famous and most venerated is the temple of Lord Pashupatinath, Situated on the banks of the holy rover Baghmati in Kathmandu. It is among the most revered shrines for Hindus all over the world.

 The main temple, which stands in the middle of the courtyard, two-tiered, built upon a square plinth and is 23.6 meters high. The four large gates of the temple are sliver and gilt-plated and richly carved with images of deities. The two copper roofs are supported by numerous struts adorned with beautifully carved images of various Hindu Gods and Goddesses.

 The sacra sanctum, or the main idol of “mukhalingam”, is one meter high and has faces carved in four directions. The original temple has built at the beginning of the Christian era. It has undergone several reconstructions over the ages to what stands today.

Changu Narayan Temple

The site of the Changu Narayan revered as a sacred location dating back to the Lichchhavi period and is believed to be one of the valley’s earliest settlement sites. Situated on a small hillock northwest of Bhaktapur.

Revered by both Hindus and Buddhists, Changu Narayan has been among the most venerated sites for worshippers of Lord Vishnu since early times, and hence it is a very important pilgrimage site for the Vaishnavas.

The main pagoda-style temple located at the Centre of the large courtyard, which surrounded by rest houses known as Chaughera. In addition to the main two-story temple, the Changu Narayan monument zone includes Chhnna Mastaa, the headless goddess.

This renowned for the masterpieces in stone and metal sculpture dating back to different periods of history. Examples of such masterpieces in stone sculptures are the Vishwa up of lord Vishnu circa 8th century, and the fearful figure of Narasimha Avatar, or half lion-half human figure of Lord Vishnu, which dates back to the 9th Century.

Swayambhu Maha Chaitya

Kathmandu valley has also some very important and highly venerated Buddhist sites. As one enters the valley, the first sight to catch the visitor’s eye of the hemispherical white dome (stupa) of the Swayambhu Maha Chaitya perched majestically atop a hill on the western fringe of the Kathmandu valley.

The stupa symbolizes the body of the Buddha, Which is nothing other than the cosmos itself. The Swayambhu Maha chaitya with the semi-close eyes of the Buddha overlooking the valley from all four directions is the most prominent monument and landmark of the valley.

The historical organs of this great stupa are obscure but believed to have been built during the Lichchhavi period. The main stupa is a huge white dome in the form of a flattened hemisphere. Around the circular base, the garva (womb) are installed the five celestial Buddha with their respective female counterparts. In the vicinity are numerous monuments.

 These include the twin shikhara-style temples of Pratappur and Anantapur built by King Pratap Malla, Basupur, with the image of Goddess Basundhara, the bestower of prosperity vayupur, the god of wind, and the artistic golden temple of the Goddess Ajima or Harati, the protector of children.

The swayambhu Maha Chaityanis is a veritable treasure house of valuable artifacts of bronze and stone images and miniature chaitya. On the western side of the stupa in front of the Harati temple, there is a stone pillar on top of which are some very striking bronze statues. On the eastern side, atop a Mandala, there is a massive vajra or thunderbolt.

This golden vajra, known as Dorje in Tibetan, is the symbol of Vajrayana there are Tibetan, Bhutanese and Nepalese vicars, and gambas. As well as, a museum where numerous religious manuscripts and bronze and stone images of both Buddhist and Hindu deities are on display. Indeed, the entire site is a unique open-air museum, unparalleled elsewhere in the world. As well as, Same of stupas we can found Along the Manaslu Circuit Trek.

Boudhanath Stupa

The Great stupa of Boudhanath is the principal center of Tibetan Buddhist worship in the Kathmandu valley. It has long been major dentations for pilgrims from the Himalayas, Tibet, and southeast and east Asia.

 It is one of the largest and most magnificent Buddhist monuments in the world. Lichchhavi king Manadeva I (region 464-505A. D.) credited to have built this great stupa.

Lumbini

There cannot be a more revered pilgrimage site for Buddhists than Lumbini, the birthplace of Shakya Muni Buddha. Buddha, the prince of peace and non-violence, was born at Lumbini in 623 B.C. For centuries, pilgrims traveling from afar revered the spot at the Lumbini garden where Gautama Buddha was born, building stupas, monasteries, and other types of monuments.

 The most notable and important, the stone pillar erected by Emperor Ashoka Maurya in the 3rd century B.C. which authenticates the exact spot where Queen Maya Devi gave birth to the blessed one. Today, the site being developed as a major international pilgrimage destination with the assistance of nations with Buddhist populations. Lumbini listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Janaki Temple

To the Hindus, Janakpur the birthplace of Janaki or Sita, the consort of Rama is an important religious pilgrimage site. In the ancient kingdom of Mithila and the center of Maithili culture.

The magnificent Janaki Mandir built by the Queen of Tikamgarh, Maharani Brishabhanu Kunwari Devi in 1811 A. D. as a mark of devotion to Janaki (Sita). The marriage anniversary of Lord Rama and Sita, solemnized in Janakpur every year on vivah Panchami day which falls in December.

The biggest festivals of this region attended by hundreds and thousands of devotees from Nepal and India. The birthday of Sita, known as Sita Jayanti, also celebrated in a grand manner every year in the month of April-May. For the Janakpurites, Sita is their ‘daughter’.

 Near Janakpur town, the place known as Dhanusha Dham, which connected with the great Hindu epic Ramayana. According to the epic, one of the three pieces of the Great Bow that Lord Rama broke to win Sits’s hand in marriage fell on this site-in present-day Dhanusha Dham.

Muktinath

Muktinath is a very popular pilgrimage site in Nepal. Situated at an altitude 13,000 feet above sea level in the Mustang district, the site also known among the Hindus as the Mukti orchestra or the ‘abode of salvation’. The pagoda-style temple of Lord Vishnu, worshipped by both Hindus and Buddhists. This is another best Tours in Nepal.

 The Buddhists worship the deity as one of the Bodhisattvas. There are 108 sacred water spouts flowing with icy cold water where devotees take a quick path. Nearby is the temple of Jwala Mai, or the Goddess of Flame, with the phenomenal underground blue flame. As well as, This tour also we can do by Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Manakamana Temple 

The history of the Manakamana goddess back to the reign of Ram Shah (King) from Gorkha. Every night, the king’s wife would awake and make her way to a nearby hill. Upon finding his kingly bed empty, Ram Shah decided to feign sleep and follow his queen on her nightly sojourn.

 He soon found himself outside a large hall, guarded by two massive lions. Inside, the hall was lined with various gods and goddesses, waiting for the queen to chair their heavenly meet. Struck with the fact that his queen possessed divine power, the king returned home with a heavy heart.

Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan

We are offering the best Tours in Nepal.  World Heritage sites Tours is an unforgettable travel experience in a lifetime. The Tour to Kathmandu Pokhara and Chitwan Tours begins upon your arrival. The trip commences with a scenic sightseeing tour of Nagarkot, a popular hill-station located 32 km northwest of Kathmandu.

The visit to the serene destination of Nagarkot offers a grand panorama of Manaslu, Everest, and Dorje Lakpa Himalayas. We shall visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, and Swayambhunath. Our dedication and commitment are matched by our team of experts and professionals as well.

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  1. craig lock

    Thanks for all the likes
    Happy blogging and travelling
    All the best
    “early bird waking up sleepy-head” c

  2. GP

    This must be incredible!

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