Pashupatinath Temple, UNESCO heritage sites, kathmandu valley and In Pokhara :
About 2 km south of where Lake Phewa drains into the Pardi Khola the terrain drops sharply away and the river plunges over the Devi Falls, disappearing into a sink-hole. After about 200 m itre-emerges before flowing into the Phusre Khola. The falls are also known as David Falls, reputedly because someone of that name was sucked into the whirlpool and drowned.
SHRI GUPTESHWAR MAHADEV
Gupteswarmeans the one who is present everywhere in every form but still is not divulged. Hence those who visit the Gupteshwar Mahadev, will never be touched by any of the five dosha seven in their dreams, all their desires are fulfilled and if the devotee carry’s out the Jal Abhishek ceremony with water from Maa-Narmada for a month, Lord Shiva is bound to provide a glimpse and fulfill all his worldly and heavenly desires no matter how colossal they may seem, for this what lord shiva pledged to lord shri Rama during his stay.
This cave discovered in 1950 by young shepherds and it was named Mahendra Cave in honor of King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev. Locals refer to the cave as the House of Bats (Chamero Odaar) due to this shy species of wildlife that call the cave home. The Mahendra Cave is a natural cave that is made from limestone. The entire cave is decorated in spectacular stalagmites and stalactites.
SETI RIVER GEORGE :
The river has carved a deep, narrow gorge through the middle of town, turning the water milky white in the process. At points, the gorge is less than a metre across and the river gushes by more than 50m below street level. If you peer down through the darkness, you can just see the water churning through the gorge.
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