Muktinath Tour Package
Discover the spiritual haven of Muktinath, nestled in the magnificent Himalayas of Nepal. The Muktinath Tour Package by car offers a unique opportunity to embark on a sacred journey, immersing yourself in the serene ambiance of this revered pilgrimage site. With its breathtaking landscapes, ancient temples, and spiritual significance, Muktinath promises a soul-stirring experience like no other. We offer car rental services like Innova, Innova Crysta, and Scorpio for Muktinath tour packages.
Day 1 : Kathmandu Arrival - Overnight In Kathmandu
- Your Arrival Time - Airport pickup and transfer to your Hotel. Welcome drink and Check-In.
Day 2 : Pokhara – Muktinath Temple
- Arrive Jomsom by flight (Subject to weather condition). On arrival drive by Jeep to Muktinath Temple - One of the 51 Shakti Peethas. After a walk take a Holy bath in 108 water spouts, Kundas and get darshan of Lord Narayan. Return to Jomsom by evening.
When we look into the history of Kathmandu, many things and mythological facts about the valley surprises us. The history of Kathmandu connected with culture and heritage sounds epic with several historic events and revolutionary acts. From the day of spotting the valley to till today, the land witnessed different rulers and invasions.After Gopalas, the region was ruled by Aabhirs, Somavanshis, Mahispalas, and Kiratas. Licchavis from Indo-Gangetic plain defeated the Kiratas and established their dynasty in 400 AD.
The history of Kathmandu ancient times was mostly derived from Swayambhu Purana. As per the traditional mythological stories and books, Kathmandu was a massive and deep lake called “Nagdaha”. It’s a lake of snakes. But Bodhisatwa Manjushree drained the lake with his sword by making water flow out from the place. Then, he established Manjupattan city. After some time, Banasur named demon closed the way not to drain the lake. This time, Lord Krishna killed the demon Banasur and he made one of the Gopalas as the king.
The significance of the Muktinath Temple is that it is believed that one who visits this temple attains salvation or Moksha. Moksha means freedom from the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. It helps one get rid of all their sins in this place.This temple is considered to be 106th amongst the 108 Divya Desams of Lord Vishnu, which is considered sacred by the Vaishnava sect. The Muktinath Temple is believed to be one of the eight most blessed temples of the Vaishnavas. The other seven temples are Pushkar, Badrinath, Tirupati, Thotadri, Srirangam, and Srimushnam. It is also one of the ‘Shakti Peetha’. The Buddhists call the temple Chumig Gyatsa, which means “Hundred Waters” in Tibetan.
Muktinath Temple is considered very important for Buddhists as well. This is because Guru Padmasambhava meditated in this place for some time. Tibetan Buddhists consider Muktinath an important place for Dakinis. It is one of the 24 Tantric places for them.Vaishnavites consider Vishnu as the Supreme Lord.