Muktinath Yatra

Muktinath is a sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Valley at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass (part of the Himalayas), Mustang district, Nepal.

Muktinath Yatra Package

Visit Muktinath Heaven on earth with abode of Lord Buddha for the Buddhist and Lord Vishnu for the Hindus and attain the complete Nirvana by visting Muktinath temple, eternal light and 108 spouts are the main highlights of Muktinath.

Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour of Nepal

Nepal has most popular Hindu temple Pasupatinath, one of the Largest Budhist stupa – Boudhhanath stupa, Birth place of gautam Budhha Lumbini, world heritage site Swyambhunath(monkey temple) so we Nepal Tourism package have planned and worked out the suitable pilgrimage tours itinerary according to pilgrims / adventure seeker holiday schedule and wish.

Jomsom Muktinath Trekking

The Jomsom Muktinath trek is one of the most popular trekking in Nepal. The different landscapes and culture to be found along this trekking route give a fascinating insight into the way of life of rural Nepali people.

Kathmandu Pokhara Nagarkot Tour Package

5Nights and 6 Days Kathmandu , Pokhara and Nagarkot Tour Packages...

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Muktinath Pilgrimage Special Yatra Package

Tour Itinerary

Day One: Kathmandu

 Arrive Kathmandu Pick up from the airport and transfer to the Hotel relax followed by tour briefing Dinner and Overnight stay at Kathmandu

Day Two: Kathmandu

Breakfast City tour of Kathmandu Pashupatinath, Boudha and Buddanilkantha Evening free and Overnight stay at Kathmadu
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Day Three: Kathmandu to Pokhara

Breakfast Check out and drive to Pokhara En route stopover of Manokamna Mandir and check inn Overnight stay at Pokhara

Day Four: Pokhara to Jomsom

Check out and early morning flight to Jomsom and walk /horse ride to Kagbeni along with the Kaligandki Valley overnight stay at Hotel/Lodge

Day Five: Muktinath Darshan and back to Jomsom

Breakfast Darshan of Muktinath shrine bath in 108 sprouts and back by evening Overnight stay at Jomsom

Day Six: Jomsom to Pokhara

Breakfast checkout and fly back to Pokhara Pick up and check inn relax and city tour of Pokhara Davis Falls, Gupteshwor caves, Bindyabasini temple and overnight stay at Pokhara

Day Seven: Pokhara to Kathmandu

Drive back to Kathmandu Arrive by noon time check inn relax with an optional visit at the walking distance Overnight stay at Kathmandu
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Day Eight: Departure
Breakfast check out And drop at the airport

Package Include:

Airfare Pokhara Jomsom and back
Car Transfer Kathmandu to Pokhara and back
Muktinath by Pony/Jeep
ACAP Permits
Stay with breakfast and dinner
City tour of Kathmandu and Pokhara as per the itinerary with entry tickets
Manokamna cable car ticket
All hotel tax

Package exclude

Guide, meals, laundry, telephone, portage, tip, service tax and extras not mentioned as inclusions

Cost of the tour 

Per Person cost INR 33165 per person on sharing basis 
Per Person cost USD 820 per person on sharing basis 

Monday, 21 September 2015

Nepal Secular Constitution Announced on 20 Sep 2015 by the President: Ram Baran Yadav

NTP Management and Team Congratulate Nepal Common Public for Formally Announcing the Constitution of Nepal. Hereafter Nepal Shall be Governed under the Constitution of Nepal. It came into final augmentation from 20 Sep 2015. The New Constitution is replaced by Interim Constitution of Nepal 2007.

The Constitution is created by the Second Constituent Assembly after considering all the grey areas that made it previous unsuccessful.

A new constitution was supposed to be carried out in August 2015 but had been subject to teh inherent criticism which failed to protect Nepal Federal states and Fundamental rights and even old treaties and international commitments were violated. Finally after all the amendments and modifications the New Constitution was declared by President Ram Baran Yadav on 20 September 2015 

The New Republic will be declared as Federal Country considering the diversity of Nepal since its community speaks more than 100 languages and there exist high and low caste with Nepali speaking verses several indigenous languages. The New Constitution document is a step forward with the provisional boundaries of seven states but their names are yet to be announced and shall be decided in future assembly sessions. The Local people are thinking these new boundaries might not create another ethnically delineated split. 


Monday, 14 September 2015

Muktinath Yatra in Nepal with Suksham Stone Rupa of Gajendra Shri Hari for the Hindus and Chumig Ghatse for the Buddhist i.e., the hundred waters in Tibet Language

We all have heard of peace and divinity lying in the Mustang region of Muktinath and co existence of two religions working and serving the temple /shrine of Vishnu for hundreds of years with individual belief and inner strength to serve and give strength to humanity
Muktinath Yatra

The temple is sacred and holy place for Hindus and Buddhist at par where as the Holy Scriptures of Hindus and Buddhist give clear narration of the Muktinath Temple and the truth with spiritual strength related to it. The Holy Shrine is located at the high altitude of 3710 mts. And lies at the base of Thorong LO Mountain of Mustang Region of Nepal. Hindus have belief that this is the place of true liberation and connect to the God; it is believed to be the 105th Divya Desham amongst 108 Divya Desham. Whereas, amongst the Buddhist it is the 51 Shakti Peetham. Buddhist refers the region as Chumig Gyatse i.e., the hundred waters in Tibet language. The temple has human size Golden idol of Lord Vishnu and the most amazing and fascinating part of the temple is prayers are conducted by Buddhist Monks. The Temple also has a magnificent statue of Guru Rinpoche the founder of Buddhist Religion in the Tibet region. It is believed that before entering into Tibet Guru Rinpoche stayed and meditated here and got enlightened to spread the belief in the Tibet region.

Keeping Tourism Pace on – How to reach Muktinath and where to stay and what facilities are available –Answer is as follows ….

Muktinath is said to have difficulty is accessing due to bad weather and tough terrain amidst the Mountains. The most ideal time to visit by road is March to June. Other comfortable options round the year are flights ex Pokhara and road transport ex Pokhara to Jomsom. From Jomsom Jeep rides are available to the destination. Of budget permits Helicopter options are also planned with Helipad at the walking distance from the Shrine.
Guest Houses and Home stay option is available for the accommodation at Jomsom in order to make the tour memorable with the family and friends.

   Region has attractions of Hindu and Buddhist spiritual belief


There is bull head shaped 108 water spouts arranged in the shape of semi circle. They are seven feet from the ground and are with the gap of one foot each between the watersprouts. Hindus and Buddhist visiting the shrine take baath of these sprouts chilling water of Kaali Ghandki River flowing out of the mouth of these bulls. It is believed that after taking bath in these sprouts our yatra gets completed and we head towards the process of attaining true salvation and truth of life.


There are two Kundas (ponds) in front of the Muktinath temple called as Saraswoti Kunda and Laxmi Kunda. It is believed that water of these Kundas wash away all our sins during the life before visisting the location and add to the body pores the true meaning of life which is a path to true sole , body and mind .
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Here we find a sacred Gompa (Gumba) called as Mharme Khang Gompa devoted to Guru Rincpoche and we find a huge image of the Guru in the Gompa.

Jwala Temple:

Hindus worship the Goddess of Fire called as Jwala Devi (Fire Goddess) One of the panch Tatva of life. The temple has continuous burning flame which is fed by the natural gas , this is the major attraction of the temple.


Shaligram is the Fossil believed to be of Jurrasic Era found in various colors but mainly in black color at the Kali Gandki River. The Fossil stone is believed to be the representative of Lord Vishnu and Pilgrims pick up the same for the Pooja as Stone Rupa of Vishnu and keep at Home and do daily prayers with the same. These Shaligrams are often collected by the locals and are sold at few shops around as well in the market with varing diangnol lines narrating belief of the Vishnavites towards the religion.