Manakamana Tour Package

Manakamana Tour Package

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Manakamana Tour takes you to Kurintar town/village on the pleasant and interesting highway with lovely scenery along the drive while on the way admiring the snow-capped peaks of Ganesh, Manaslu, and Langtang and so far as Annapurna range with busy active farm life around rural towns and villages. A well-known visit among the Hindus, Manakamana Temple Tour takes them to Manakamana Devi, who is a goddess that will satisfy their desires.

The temple of Manakamana Devi is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Bhagawati, an incarnation of the Parvati goddess. The combination of these two words ” Mana “means heart and “kamana” is a wish. Worshippers think that if you pray heartily, your wishes will come true. Goddess Bhagawati is assumed to fulfill the desires of all those who make the pilgrimage to her shrine to worship her. The temple is situated 1302 feet above sea level on a ridge, and from the top, you can see the river valley of Trishuli in the south and Marshyangdi flowing in the west.

The famous temple of Manakamana Devi is 3 hours away from Kathmandu by car. It is the Kathmandu and Pokhara Middle Route. There is a Magar priest in Manakamana temple-unlike the Brahmin priest, which is a peculiar practice in itself. You can see the devotees in the temple praying in the evening and the echo of holy bells is very good to the ears. Your soul can be rejuvenated. This site is visited by many visitors who admire the spectacular views of the Hills, the Himalayas, and small valleys.

And although the temple is located at the top of the hills, worshippers do not hesitate to walk and enter the temple through the pretty alleys at the top. This site is visited by many visitors who embrace the spectacular views of the Hills, the Himalayan range, and little valleys. While traveling to Nepal, one should definitely visit this location. To add some wonderful moments to your life, we would like to suggest that you visit these ancient and religious places.

The Cable Car Ride to Manakamana
The cable car facility is only from Kurintar to the Manakamana temple. The cable car can cover a distance of 2.8 kilometers in about 10 minutes. The cable car usually runs from 9 am to 5 pm during the daytime and stops from 12 noon to half-past one during lunch break. In November 1998, the Manakamana cable car was launched. The cable car service was imported from Austria and offers a 100% safety guarantee.

History
The history of the Goddess Manakamana goes all the way back to the reign of King Ram Shah of Gorkha during the 17th century. His queen is said to have had supernatural powers, which only her devotee, Lakhan Thapa, understood. One day, in the embodiment of the Goddess, the King witnessed his Queen and Lakhan Thapa in the shape of a lion. After revealing the discovery to his queen, the king suffered a sudden death.

The queen performed sati (ritual immolation) on her husbands’ funeral pyre, as per the custom of that time. The Queen had assured Lakhan Thapa before her Sati and said she would reemerge in the near future. 6 weeks later, a farmer broke a stone while plowing his fields. He saw a flow of blood and milk flowing from the pillar. When Lakhan learned an account of this occurrence, at the site where the stone had been found, he immediately began performing Hindu tantric rituals, thus ceasing the flow of blood and milk. The site became the base of the new sanctuary. The priest at the temple must be a descendant of Lakhan Thapa, according to practice.

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