Nepal Trekking in Himalayas company is offering you Muktinath tour as a pilgrimage tour. It is the famous holy tour purpose of visit Muktinath temple situated in Mustang district of Nepal.
Muktinath is a holy place for both Buddhist and Hindu. Its main shrine is a pagoda-shaped temple dedicated to lord Vishnu. Beside the temple there are 108 water tabs in the shape of cow head. Pilgrim used to a take bath in icy water.
The temple is situated on 3800m. Janai Purnima and Hindu devotees many Hindus are gather here to pay homage to lord Shiva. Jwaladevi, the goddess of flame, is situated about hundred meters south of Muktinath temple. Here is plenty of hotel & lodge.
Janai Purnima, the Sacred Thread Festival, requires Hindu men, especially the Brahmans and Chettris to perform their annual change of Janai worn across the chest. This thread is given to males during a religious ceremony called the ‘Bratabandhan’. The ‘triple cord’ is a symbol of body, speech and mind, and when the knots are tied the wearer is supposed to gain complete control over each.
This is also the day of Rakshya Bandhan when male, females, and children regardless of station and caste tie a sacred yellow thread around their wrist. Raksha means ‘protection’ and Bandhan means a bond, which is supposed to bring good vibes to the wearer and if tied to the tail of a cow in Laxmi Puja, according to religious beliefs, once the wearer dies, the cow will help him to cross the river Bhaitarni, by allowing the dead to cling to her tail.