Cross Himalaya Rota Tour

Muktinath is a pilgrimage place for both Buddhist and Hindu. The Holy shrine at Muktinath is in a grove of trees and includes a Buddhist Gompa and Pagoda style temple of Vishnu Temple containing an image of Lord Vishnu. The Hindus call it Muktichhetra ( place of salvation ) is one of the four religious sites. Many Shaligrams found here are considered by Hindu as incarnation of Lord Vishnu and worship them. 

Rotary Club of Narayangarh has organized 5 day's Religious tour to Muktinath titled " CROSS HIMALAYA ROTA TOUR " on 11-15 April, 2017.  Rota Tour group has joined with Pushpanjali Bachat Tatha Rin Sahakari Sanstha group ( Total 62 members ) and  started the journey on 11th April in the early morning by 5:00 AM from Narayangarh by bus travelling  126 KM and reached Pokhara, Kaski.  After taking lunch, group leaved for Muktinath at 3:30 PM by 10 small 4WD vehicles and reached Lete, Mustang by travelling 126 KM at 10:00 PM  crossing Beni Bazar and road side  small villages like Galeshwor, Tatopani, Biplang, Suke Bagar, Dana, Kopchepani, Ghasa, Kalopani, Larjung etc.

Next day on 12th April, group leaved for Muktinath at 7:00 AM and reached Muktinath travelling 45 KM from Lete. After visiting Muktinath Temple, team leaved for Marpha to stay. Next day on 13th April,( Chaitra 31, 2074 ) after breakfast, we moved for Pokhara and we observed Rupse Jharana and Laamo Pul . We had already sketched the plan to celebrate the New Year 2074 at Pokhara. We had chosen the hotel in Lake side at Pokhara for new year to make a new year celebration memorable and joyful. We organized the new year fellowship in Lake side and celebrated Happy New Year 2074 together with Rotarian, spouses and children. Next and last day of tour on 14th April ( Baisakh 1, 2074 ), we visited many historical and tourism  places of Pokhara and came back to Narayangarh.