Hindu pilgrimage tour in Nepal started with visiting the Pashupatinath temple. Visiting and worshiping to Pashupatinath is like a visiting Hindu version of Lord Shiva for every Hindu worshiper. One of three major God in Hinduism and has an existence history dates back to before 400 A.D. The temple is situated on the bank of Bagmati River. On the same day, you will travel to Changu Narayan temple. This temple is one of the oldest Temple and had a holy belief on Lord Vishnu. Another beautiful holy temple in this tour is Manakamana which lies of Gorkha district. People believed that goddess Bhagwati grants the wishes to all those pilgrimages who worship in this temple. Exciting place of this Nepal pilgrimage tour is Muktinath temple which is a sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhists. Muktinath temple lies in Muktinath valley which is in Mustang district at an altitude of 3710 meters. Worshiping to god and taking bath to 108 spouts and view of Himalaya make this place really an amazing land. Sight seen came to end at Janakpur which is the birthplace of Goddesses Sita. This is that place where Ram and Sita get married in ancient period.
Devghat is a small town located in central Nepal. The town is located at joint at Seti Gandaki and Krishnan Gandaki rivers and it is one of the holiest places in Hindu mythology as well as a holy place for Hindu gods. This river contains the rare Saligram Sheela (holy stone), which Hindu devotees worship as Lord Vishnu in India. The place is 7 km away from Narayanghat and it is very famous for the cremation of the human dead body. In the bank of these rivers, many cremation processes are going on. The area boasts many natural features due to the geography and climate including tropical forests, wild animals, and birds. Devghat is home to various temple and cave of Hindu gods, Goddesses, and many saints. Various temples of different Hindu god and goddesses are still found in the place along with few caves like Sita cave and Bashistha cave. Devghat had a couple of ashrams where various religious activities are performed all year round.