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Why Going for a Nepal Trip from India is Necessary?


Nepal is counted as one of the smallest countries of the world covering about 0.3 % of the total area of Asia’s land and 0.03% of the total area of the world’s land. It is a landlocked country lying in the laps of two huge nations which are India towards the South, West and East and China towards the North. Nepal is still on its developing phase. Even though its a small country in the world still, it is full of all the natural beauty, cultural diversity and unique features. The place attracts lots of tourists every year. Tourists have a wide range of variety when it comes to the Nepal tour packages.

Nepal used to be the only one kingdom of the world. But, after dethronement of King Gyanendra Nepal had become a secular state. In this country, you will find about 125 ethnic groups and each and one of them lives together happily and respects each other. It’s a culturally rich country whose majority of population follows Hinduism.

Take a Nepal trip from India

Nepal is dependent on the other countries because of its landlocked features. Other than that, Nepal been exporting and importing raw materials and finished goods since a very long ago.The country is very rich in the terms of the resources.

Nepal is a country which is full of nature attractions which makes it a suitable tourism destination for the tourists who love nature. If you book Nepal tour packages then nature lovers, you can enjoy elephant ride, bush walk, white water rafting, jungle safari, hunting, bird watching, honey hunting, and many more. Similarly, Nepal is best tourism destination even for the adventure lover and culture lover tourists. Nepal is a country full of culture as well as traditions. The country is known for its Tharu cuisine.

Some famous temples and stupas in Nepal

  1. Pashupatinath: The Pashupatinath Temple is a famous sacred Hindu temple which is dedicated to Pashupatinath. It is situated on the banks of the Bagmati River 5 kilometres to the north-east of Kathmandu Valley.
  2. Muktinath: Muktinath is a much known holy and sacred place for both the Hindus as well as Buddhists located in the Muktinath Valley at a height of 3,710 meters on the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass, Nepal.
  3. Manakamana: In the Gorkha district of Nepal, The Manakamana Temple is situated. It is the sacred place of an incarnation of Parvati, Hindu Goddess Bhagwati.
  4. Baraha Chhetra: Baraha chhetra is a known village development committee in the Sunsari District of the south-eastern Nepal.
  5. Swayambhunath: Swayambhunath is an ancient religious architecture atop hill in the Kathmandu Valley. The Tibetan name for this place means ‘Sublime Trees’.
  6. Changunarayan: This ancient Hindu temple named Changu Narayan which is located on the highest hilltop is known as Dolagiri or Changu. The temple is all surrounded by the forest with champak trees and Changu Village, a small village.

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