Muktinath Yatra from Pokhara is suitable for the Hindu pilgrimage to visit the famous Muktinath temple. Muktinath temple belongs to Hindu god lord Vishnu. Muktinath tour from Pokhara is shortest tour package for Hindu devotes who belives to get rid of all kinds of sine.
Our Muktinath Tour from Pokhara is a short tour which offers 2 days complete package of Muktinath temple. This tour starts from Pokhara & drive to Jomsom. Afterward, you take Jeep to Muktinath after darshan of Muktinath Temple you drive back to Jomsom & to Pokhara. You will not miss any exercise despite of short period of time.
Muktinath Tour is one of the popular tour package in Nepal. Muktinath Darshan yatra from Pokhara takes you to the Muktinath Temple to perform Puja, Hawan, take bath in 108 stone water taps, Kundas and monastery finally return with collection of saligrams.
The word "Muktinath" is obtained from two words "Mukti" and "Nath" which means "Salvation or Nirvana" and "God or Master" respectively. According to Hindu Myth, it is a belief that this world is "MAYA" (an illusion) of life cycle taking birth and rebirth on this earth. And to exit from this chain Hindu devotees visit this temple to take bath in 108 waterspouts (Mukti Dhara) and 2 holy ponds (Mukti Kunda) which is located in the backyard and front of the temple respectively.
The Muktinath Temple is situated at an altitude of 13,000 feet above sea level in Mustang district and is also known among the Hindus as Mukti Chhetra, or the "abode of salvation". In this Pokhara to Muktinath Tour, you will be visited a small pagoda-style temple of Lord God Vishnu which is worshipped by both Hindus and Buddhists. The Buddhists worship the deity as one of the Bodhisattvas and Mukti Kshetra by Hindus.
There are 108 sacred water spouts flowing with icy cold water where devotees take a quick bath. Nearby is the temple of Jwala Mai, or the Goddess of Flame, with the phenomenal underground blue flame.
Muktinath Yatra starts from Pokhara city by riding a jeep to Jomsom and next day visits the Muktinath temple.
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