Hindu Pilgrimage Tour is most popular tour among hindus which discover shrine of Pashupatinath and historic sites as Lumbini and Janakpur a number of other popular pilgrim destinations are also found in Different parts of the country. Nepal has hundreds of the Hindu Pilgrimage sites along with the Buddhist.
We feel proud that the source of Buddhism and Buddhahood started from Nepal. In these tour programmed you will visit Muktinath Temple. Which is fine example of the religious harmony reste in the lap of Himalayas. Similarly, Gosainkunda Lake for Hindu and Lumbini for Buddhists are equally important to visit and worship. In Words its thousands time worthy and blissful to visit those places than you spend.
Pashupatinath, or Pashupati, is a Hindu temple on the banks of the Bagmati River in Deopatan, a village 3 km northwest of Kathmandu. It is dedicate to a manifestation of Shiva called Pashupati (Lord of Animals). It attracts thousands of pilgrims each year and has become well known far beyond the Kathmandu Valley. The temple is barre to non-Hindus, but a good view of the temple can had from the opposite bank of the river.
The city of Janakpur, 135 kilometers (84 miles) southeast of Kathmandu is doubly famous as the birthplace of the Hindu goddess Sita, as well as being the site where she was marry to Lord Rama.
According to the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, the original city of Janakpur was named after King Janak of the Mithila kingdom. Janak found the baby Sita in a furrow of a field and raised her as his daughter. When Sita (also called Janaki) was about sixteen. Then the king announce hat she could be married by whoever was able to string the divine bow of Shiva. Though many royal suitors tried, only Lord Rama, the prince of Ayodhya, was successful. And not only did he string the bow, he also snappe it in two. Thus, Lord Rama won the hand of Sita.