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Muktinath Tour Package Drive to Pokhara & fly to Jomsom.
Muktinath is located at an altitude of 3710),meters at the foot of the Himalayas Thorong La mountain pass, Mustang, Nepal. Muktinath is a sacred place both for Hindus & Buddhists. This place is known as Mukti Kshetra, which means the “place of liberation or moksha. In this Muktinath Tour Package you will not only perform puja at Muktinath, but also have opportunity to visit Manakamana Temple as well as Kathmandu and Pokhara sightseeing.
Nepal has 14 zones, one of them is Dhaulagiri zone, and it includes Mustang district, a mountainous district of Nepal, where the 5th Dham (pilgrimage) of the Hindus, one major Shakti Peeth out of 51 others, is located. Thousands of pilgrims visit Muktinath every year. The bus journey begins from Kathmandu via Thankot, and from there, one has to pass hundreds of beautiful bends, alongside the bank of the Trishuli River on the Prithivi Highway. Advancing further towards Kurintar, the only cable car station in Nepal, to Muglin travelling past Dumre and Damauli you arrive at Pokhara in some six hours, the gateway to the Temple of Muktinath.
It is believed that Muktinath Darshan cleanses all the sin knowingly or unknowingly committed in life. Muktinath is a common pilgrimage site for the Hindus, the Buddhists, the Jains, and the Vaishanab. Most pilgrims to visit Muktinath are the Indians. However, an equal number of overseas pilgrims make their destination to Muktinath every year. Known for the largest number of taps, 108, Muktinath bath is believed to bestow upon the pilgrims the eternal peace in life. Usually pilgrims first take the holy bath at these taps and then go for the Darshan of Muktinath Temple. As per the Hindu scripts, whosoever performs Śrāddha (Memorial) in the name of their deceased ancestors, they would attain salvation to not repeat life thereafter.
Westward to Muktinath Temple lies the famous Jwalamai temple, quite adjacent. Related to various religious stories, we can see the eternal flame flashing and flickering atop the water surface in the temple. The Jwalamai temple is another attraction of Muktinath. The holy pilgrimage to Muktinath Temple and its vicinities return via Jomsom, Pokhara and then to Kathmandu which marks the end of the Yatra.