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Overview

UNESCO has perceived four common and social World Heritage Sites (WHS) in Nepal which has been quickly depicted as beneath.

Pashupatinath

Pashupatinath is the holiest shrine of the Hindus and is one of the four most sacred pilgrimage sites that is visited by Hindu devotees from all over the world. Pashupatinath Temple is arranged along the bank of Bagmati River in the capital city of Kathmandu is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the preeminent God of Hindu pantheons. Shiva Ratri which is held each year in the sanctuary premises amid the long stretch of February draws the biggest religious explorers anyplace on the planet.

Chitwan

Chitwan is home to Chitwan National Park, Nepal’s oldest and naturally richest national sanctuary. Chitwan is famous for wilderness safari on an elephant or on a jeep to see the slippery Royal Bengal Tigers, One-horned Rhinos, Asian Elephants among others. Different exercises incorporate winged creature watching, visit crocodile rearing focus, kayaking, and paddling. Tharu, the indigenous inhabitants of Chitwan, and their unique culture is one of the unparalleled attractions of Chitwan.

Lumbini

Lumbini is world famous as the birthplace of Prince Siddartha Gautam who later went on to become Lord Buddha.It was in Lumbini that Lord Buddha go through 29 years of his childhood in the solace of his dad's royal residence. Lumbini today is being created as universal harmony focus. Archeological discoveries in the past have uncovered a rich archive of relics, classical articles, castles that goes back to Buddha's life. A portion of the acclaimed destinations in Lumbini are Maya Garden, Monasteries, reflection focuses, crane asylum, Ramagram, Ashoka Pillar and so forth.

Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu Valley is the social, religious and authoritative softening purpose of Nepal since old occasions. It comprises of rich workmanship and design from an antiquated, medieval and present-day period that have been saved in medieval royal residences and patios, old sanctuaries and Stupas and beautiful culture and celebrations.

Kathmandu Valley alone hosts seven monuments which include Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Squares, Changu Narayan Temple, Pashupatinath Temple, Swoyambhunath and Boudhanath.

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