10 Places to Visit in Nepal to Make Your Tihar Memorable


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10 Places to Visit in Nepal to Make Your Tihar Memorable

The development of the art, culture, tradition, social norms and values have only been possible with the help of traveling.At the ancient times, people used to sail the uncharted water trying to find their own holy land.Their actions unknowingly sought the greatness that is now the face of the world.

People travel for their own reasons; some seek satisfaction whereas some are bounded to make money.All of them have a different destination, places to go.Just to help them choose their place we include here the most enthusiastic, thrilling and exciting places to make this Tihar unforgettable and can be easily found on the map of Nepal.

Top Places to Visit in Nepali During Tihar Holiday

10: Nagarkot

Nagarkot, with its breathtaking view of sunrise and sunset and snowy peaks including Mt.Everest, is growing to be the widely popular spot to be visited.Dwelling itself  32 K.M from the capital of nation(Kathmandu) is at the height of 2,915m.It’s well stationed with facilities and shares the beauty beyond one person can imagine.

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Beautiful Views from Nagarkot Nepal - Best Hiking destination tourist attraction places
Beautiful Views from Nagarkot

Most of the people often prefer to stay the night there and enjoy the morning view that the Nagarkot provides.Nature lovers and extroverts are best suited for Nagarkot although everyone can vibe themselves with the vision we get to see from Nagarkot.

9. Kathmandu

The country’s capital which is blessed with art, tradition, and culture helps you refine your soul.It stands upon the elevation of 1,400 m above sea level.With the settlement of 1.4 million population, the streets are pretty crowded with the strange faces.People from all over Nepal can be found here. Kathmandu never fails to surprise us with its multiethnic, multicultural display.The core of Netease history has been homed in this very city.Every corner stuns us.

Kathmandu views from nagarjuna
Kathmandu views from Nagarjuna

However, Pashupati temple, Hanuman Dhoka, Boudhanath, Rani pokhari and shwaymbhu are the most renown and artistic view at the Kathmandu.

8. Patan

Patan is also well known for its treasurful art.Patan and Kathmandu are dislocated by the Bagmati river.Somehow, they resemble a lot of artistic structure and is a lot alike with each other.We can find pagado style temple, language, culture, and caste in common with both of them.

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Bhimsen Temple Patan Laitpur, Nepal
Bhimsen Temple Patan Laitpur, Nepal

Patan was the city founded by Kirat Dynasty.So the historical monuments of Kirat dynasty are still kept alive by this city.For the handicraft lovers, this city can benefit them a lot.And the popular places to visit in this city are Krishna Mandir, Patan Darbar Square, Ratnakar Mahabihar, Banglamukhi temple and khumbesor temple etc..

7. Janakpur

Being located in the southern part of the nation.Janakpur holds the shrine build at the plains of the Terai(Janaki temple).Being shroud by mystery, it’s said that, it was the capital of the Videha kingdom which is enlisted in the long epic Hindu book called Ramayan.

Janki Mandir temple Janakpur, Nepal
Janaki Mandir temple Janakpur, Nepal

Janaki temple is known to be the birthplace of the holy god Ram.So this shrine holds captive the history of Lord Ram.The art and painting made on the walls of the Janaki temple give people the spectacular vibe.This temple’s architecture is quite peculiar in the context of other historical shrines in Nepal.As said they are capable of resurrecting the lost presence of its own when one take a glace at its history painted on walls.

6. Lumbini

The place crowded by pilgrims once was the birthplace of the ‘light’ known as Gautam Buddha.

sacred pool lumbini Nepal
sacred pool- lumbini Nepal

The sight of this place gives us the eternity of peace, which pulls scholar, archeologist, and pilgrims towards it.

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I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a Writer of 12 Nepali Books, Director of Maithili films, Founder of Radio Stations, Designer of Websites and Editor of Some Nepali Blogs.

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