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Pilgrimage Tour In Nepal

Nepal is widely known as religious country and one of the best destinations in the world to explore the religious sites with numerous of temples, monasteries, stupa with various deities, god and goddess existence. Most often Nepal is also described by visitors as a country with more temples than houses, more gods and goddess than people and more festivals than weekends in a year. Pilgrimage tour in Nepal offers a pleasant culture, unique traditions and sacred pilgrimage which will refresh your body, mind and spirit. People encoded several things artistically in the forms of temples and sculptures as a part of Nepali culture in ancient time. Nepal has always been a famous pilgrimage for Hindus and Buddhist and the religious tolerance in this country has been an example in the whole world as the Christians and Muslims and other minority religions are living in this country with great harmony, mutual cooperation with unity in diversity.
Most of religious destinations are situated in the remote locations of Nepal and hence it also provides fair chances of trekking and exploring with unique and unmatched lifestyle of local people. There are many pilgrimage sites in Nepal, such as Pashupatinath a famous lord Mahadev Hindu temple, Swyambhunath temple, Gosainkunda, Manakamana, Lumbini a birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Muktinath and Janakpurdham a birthplace of goddess Sita and ancient kingdom of Mithila etc. are most popular pilgrimage sites with its particular significance. Nepal is also the Gateway to Kailas Mansarovar, the mythical abode of Lord Shiva. One of the very interesting Pilgrimage tour can be that of Manakamana which can be visited by Cable Car. Tours to these sites are highly encouraged not only for religious purposes but also for witnessing and appreciating the various cultural and traditional ethos of this small but diverse country. Presence of these world popular religious sites has made Nepal a hub for pilgrims.