Tours & Sightseeing
Tours & Sightseeing
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Durbkathmandu  Durbar Squarear in Nepali means "Palace"and in patan and Bhaktapur as well as kathmandu there are durbar aquares in front of their old palaces. The king no longer lives in the old royal palace in Kathmandu. Actually durbar square is the "Heart "historic seat of Royalty. The durbar square, with its old temples and palaces. Basantapur tower, Kumari (The living goddes), Kastamandap (House of wood), Garuda, Shiva temple, Sweta and Black Bhairab, Talaju Temple, Old royal palace,anuman statue (God of monkey) and etc.

Also known as Lalitpur. An ancient city is situated on the southern bank of the river Bagmati and is about five kilometers southest of kathmandu. The city is full of Buddhist monuments and Hindu temples, with fine bronge gateway, gurdian deities and wonderful carvings. Noted for its craftsmen and metel workers, it is known as the city of artists.

Also known as Bhadgaon, 'city of devotees' is 14 km east of Kathmadnu. The exquisitely carved 55 windows palace. The Golden Gate an old palace, 5-stored Nyatapola temple and Bhairab Temple near by and Duttatray aquere etc can be observed.

SWAYAMBHUNATH: An ancient stupa at the top of a steep hill. Believed to be more than 2200 years old. The over looking eyes of the Buddha on central stupa seen from four sides is a glamorous view to watch. This temple also call as Monkey temple.

BOUDDHANATH :Possibly the world,s largest stupa and of Tibetan Buddhist Culture in Nepal. Antique shops where you can buy things of your interest relating to Buddhist surrounded the monastery. During the Tibetan New year, There are many Buddhist visiting Buddha.

PASHUPATINATH: The Pashupatinath temple stands along the side of Bagmati river. It is theholiest Temple for Hindus. Many people from different part of Asia visit this Temple. Temple dedicated to lord Shiva, is also a site for Hindu cremation. During the festival Shiva Ratri temple crowed by devotees.
Kakani : Situated at an elevation of 6,599 feet above the sea-level and 25km away from Kathmandu City is hilly Kakani, famous for plenty of terraced fields. Short treks are made possible.
Nagarkot : This is a lovely hill-station lying at an elevation of 7,133 feet above the sea-level and is not more than 32km direct east of Kathmandu City. As an evergreen area, the pines appear spectacularly beautiful. The panorama of the major peaks belonging to the eastern including Mt. Sagarmatha (Everest) can be viewed from here weather permitting.
Dhulikhel : This is an ancient hill town which is known as 'Dhokukhyo' to the indigenous Newars. It is situated 30km east of the Tibetan border. From here one can own a complete panoramic view of the snowy flanks ranging from east to west.
Namo Buddha: Situated on a hill just above Panouti Valley is an authentic Buddhist shrine which the indigenous Newars call " Namra Bhagwan". The name of the religious hamley itself is also Namra. It requires an east cruise by automobile or a good trek to get here.
Gorkha: Situated on a western hill overlooking the snow-clad peaks belonging to the great Himalayan Ranges, Gorkha  was the former capital of the united west Nepal before for till the 17th Century. It houses two attractive Hindu temples of Lord Gorkhnath and Goddess Kali. It is the birth place of late King Prithvi Narayan Shah - the sole propounder of Modern Nepal. It is to be well acknowledged that late King Prithvi Narayan Shah was the last monarch of Gorkha and the first monarch of new Nepal. An optional tour to Manakamana consuming in fact interesting and enjoyable.
If Kathmandu is the cultural hub of Nepal, then Pokhara is its center of adventure. An enchanting city nestled in a tranquil valley (altitude 827m), it is the starting point for many of Nepal most popular trekking and rafting destinations. The atmosphere on the shores of Phewa Lake is one of excited vitality as hipster backbreakers crowd the many bars and restaurants exchanging recommendations on guesthouses and viewpoints, both by the lake and above the clouds.Pokhara is a place of remarkable natural beauty. At an elevation lower than Kathmandu, it has a much more tropical feel to it, a fact well appreciated by the beautiful diversity of flowers, which prosper in its environs.
Phewa Lake :Phewa Lake the second largest lake in the Kingdom roughly measuring 1.5 by 4 km, is the cinter of attractions in Pokhara. It is the largest and most enchanting of the three lakes that add to the resplendence of Pokhara. Here, one can sail or row a hired boat across to the water or visit the Island temple in its middle. The eastern shore, popularly known as lakeside or Baidam is the favourite home bade for travelers is where most of the hotels, restaurants and handicraft shops are located.
Begnas Lake and Rupa Lake are located about 15km from Pokhara at the end of a road that turns north from the highway to Kathmandu. Divided by a forested hillock called Panchabhaiya Danda, the lakes offer the perfect nature retreat because of their relative seclusion. Splendid boating and fishing opportunities can be had here.
Barahi Temple : This is the most important religious monument in Pokhara. Built almost in the middle of Phewa Lake, this two-storied pagoda is dedicated to the boar manifestation of Ajima, the protesctor deity representing the female force Shakti. Devotes can be seen, especially in Saturdays, carrying male animals and fowl across the lake to be sacrificed to the deity.
Devil's fall: Locally known as Patale Chhango (Hell's Fall), Devi's Fall (also known as Devin's) is an awesome waterfall lying about 2km south-west of Pokhara airport on the highway to Tansen. Legend has it that a trekker (Devin,David…..) was washed away by the Pardi Khola and mysteriously disappeared down into an underground passage beneath the fall.
Mahendra Gupha:  Another of nature's wonders in Pokhara is the Mahendra Gupha. This large limestone cave is locally known as the house of Bats. A two-hour walk to the north of Pokhara, it is the best to bring your own torch to see the stalacities and stalagmites, as well as the local winged residents.
Bindhbasini Temple is the center of religious activity in the old Bazaar. This white dome like structure dominates a spacious stone-paved courtyard built a top a shady hillock. It is dedicated to Goddess Bhagabati, yet another manifestation of Shakti. The park like grounds offer a fine picnic area, and on Saturdays and Tuesdays when devotes flock there to offer sacrifices, take on a festive local flavor.
Lumbini (The World Heritage Site of Religion):
Lumbini is the sound birthplace of Lord Siddhartha Gautam Buddha - the Apostle of Compassion and Non-violence. He is not only the Light of Asia but the messenger of Universal Peace as well . The auspicious garden of Lumbini is situated admist the newly established town of Siddharthanagar in the hot Terai Plains of west Nepal. The broken Ashokan pillar, holy remnants of an Buddha's mother Great Maya Devi, etc. are still well preserved here. Extensive excavation task is being carried out with promising effect.
The Buddhist Temple: The monastery of the Buddhist temple is built inside the surrounding complex of Lumbini in the manner of modern Buddhist shrines in Nepal. The prayer-hall contains a big image of Lord Shakymuni Buddha in the medieval style. Colourful artistic murals decorate the large walls.
The Ashokan Pillar: Discovered by the now famous German archaeologist Dr. Further, the pillar is the first epigraphic evidence relating to the life history of Lord Buddha and is also the most visible land mark of the auspicious garden. The historic importance of the pillar is evidenced by the inscription engraved on the pillar (in Brahmi characters). It is said that the Hindu Indian Emperor Ashok- the Great, who got converted, visited the site in twentieth year of his accession to the throne and as homage to the pure birth place erected the pillar. The inscription on the pillar roughly translates as: "King Piyadesi the beloved of the Gods, having been anointed 20 years, came himself and worshipped saying - Here Buddha Sakyamuni was born. He caused to make a stone (capital) representing a horse and he caused (this stone pillar to be erected).
Sanctum-Sanctorum of the Birthplace: The single most important place Lumbini (and to the entire Buddhist world for that master) is the stone-slab located deep in Sanctum-Sanctorum.Revealed after a hard and meticulous excavation under the three layers of ruins over the site of a famous Maya Debi Temple, the stone slab foundation pinpoints the location of the original place, marking the precise spot of the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
Image of Maha  Maya Debi: In additional to the Ashokan Pillar, the other shrine of importance is the bas-relief image of Maha Maya Debi- The Queen of KIng suddhodan Enshrined in a small pagoda like structure, the image shows Maya Debi, the mother of Crown Prince Siddhartha Gautam. She is seen supporting herself by holding on with her right hand to a branch of a Sal tree, with the newly born infant Buddha standing upright on a lotus pedestal on an koval halo. Two other celestial figures are depicted in an act of pouring holy water and lotuses bestowed from heaven Earlier the image was placed in the famous white temple of Maya Debi besides the pillar - now totally dismantled to make way for the excavations which revealed the Sanctum Sanctorum, the exact spot where Our Lord was born.
Puskarni - The sacred Pool: South of the Ashokan Pillar, there is the famous sacred pool named "Puskarni" believed to be the same holy pool in which Maya Debi took a pious dip just before giving birth to the Lord and also where the infant Buddha was given its first purification bath. Architecturally the pool has three projecting terraces in the ascending order and is revealed with a  fine brick masonary.