Muktinath ghorepani trekking.
Muktinath Temple.Muktinath Jomsom Ghorepani trek is located in Annapurna region. Annapurna region trekking in Nepalis considered one of the most excellent treks in the world, even if road construction is threatening its reputation and its future as a classic trek. Muktinath it is the one of famous both Hindus and Buddhist pilgrims Temple. There are together Hindus and Buddhist Temple. Normally we continue on above Jomsom to Muktinath, the famous pilgrimage site. Muktinath is sacred as the place of salvation. They believe that bathing in the waters here guarantees salvation after death. The Hindu god, Brahma, is thought to have lit the eternal flames that still burn at Muktinath. To the Buddhists it is a place that the great sage guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) meditated at, and to all, it is the source of fossilized Samsonite  known locally as shaligrams, which are found all along the upper reaches of Kali Gandaki. Their customs and dress are all quite distinct and this trek gives a chance to see those differences. The religions range from Hinduism in the lower parts to the Tibetan style Buddhism as you travel further north. In early September you will be able to see one of Nepal’s unique festivals, the annual horse races known as Yartung. This is a week of some serious horse racing, Tibetan style, and some equally serious merrymaking.
The Jomsom trek is probably the single most popular trek inNepal. The diverse landscapes and cultures to be found along the trek route give a marvelous insight into the way of life of rural Nepalese people. The main feature of trek is the walk through the Gorge craved by the KaliGandaki River, which carries water from the Tibetan plateau to finally join the Ganges in India.


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