Day 01: Kathmandu Arrival (20 Min & 9km).
Day 02: Kathmandu -Bandipur Village (5-6 Hours -148 Km)
Day 03: Bandipur - Pokhara (3 Hours – 65 Km)
Day 04: Pokhara – Chitwan National Park (3-4 Hours - 160 Km)
Day 05: Chitwan National Park
Day 06: Chitwan National Park- Janakpur (8-9 Hours – 275 Km)
Day 07: Janakpur – Kathmandu - Nagarkot (40 Minutes Flight, 1.5 Hrs Drive)
Day 08: Nagarkot - Kathmandu (1.5 Hrs - 40km)
Day 09: Kathmandu Departure
ICHANGU NARAYAN- KATHMANDU
It is situated behind Swoyambhunath stupa. Merely 11 km and an hours driver is situated the temple of Ichangu Narayan which is known as Narayan of the West. The structure dates back to 5th century and attracts pilgrimages on the full moon day in August.
Those seeking strength of character go to worship the Ganesh at Jal Vinayak, just beyond the Chobhar Gorge. A beautiful brass shrew faces the massive rock that represents Ganesh in this triple roofed temple constructed in 1602 AD.
In a forest preserve between the villages of Bungamati & Khokana lays the Karya Vinayak. From the road linking the hamlets, a path leads up to a beautiful clearing and the walled compound of the shrine. Here Ganesh is an elephant-shaped stone and is believed to help complete difficult tasks.
A great religious place, Janakpur is famous as the birthplace of Sita, the consort of Lord Ram. There is an artistic marble temple of Sita (Janaki), popularly known as Naulakha Mandir. Religious festivals, trade fairs and other festivities are held here on Bivaha Panchami and Ram Navami. Janakpur is also linked with Kathmandu by air and road.
Baneshwor, - . Kathmandu Nepal
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