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The famous Muktinath Yatra is a step into the Heaven

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The famous Muktinath Temple is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Nepal. It is held in high esteem by both the Hindus as well as the Buddhists. People who travel from across the globe to the trekker’s paradise—Nepal also make it a point to visit the legendary temple once. The temple is not just celebrated for its religious significance but also for its stunning location.

The pagoda style temple is located at an altitude of 3710 meters in a picturesque and serene valley, the Muktinath valley. It is at the foot of the Thorong La Mountain Pass which is a part of the Himalayas and a major attraction for the trekkers, tourists and pilgrims alike. The temple is in the Mustang district of Nepal which is close to a village called Ranipauwa. Such is the fame of the temple that the village is often mistakenly called the Muktinath village.

We answer some of the most commonly asked questions regarding the Muktinath Temple or the Muktinath Tour here.

What is the best time to visit the temple?

One of the best times for the Muktinath Tour is the months from September to November when it is autumn in Nepal and the finest weather to visit the place. The second best weather for Muktinath Yatra is spring season that lasts for months of March, April and May. June, July and August are summer months with rains. Taking Muktinath Yatra at this time can become really difficult for the fear of slippery roads and landslides. The winter season in Nepal is from December till February. Since most of the region around the temple is covered in snow, it is not a preferred time to visit the temple.

The Muktinath Temple is dedicated to which god?

The famous Muktinath Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. As per the popular Hindu belief, it is here that lord Vishnu got salvation from the curse of Brinda. For the same reason, Lord Vishnu is also worshipped as Lord of salvation or Muktinath and hence, the name Muktinath Temple. The Tibetan Buddhists consider Lord Vishnu as Avalokiteshvara or Buddha and visit the temple with equal reverence.

What is the best way to reach the Muktinath Temple?

There are several ways of taking up the famous Muktinath Tour. You can choose to go to the temple by the road that takes about 4 to 8 days; by flight which will take about 3 to 6 days; the Muktinath Tour by flight and road that takes anywhere between 3 to 7 days. However, one of the easiest and the quickest ways to reach the famous Muktinath Temple is by the helicopter that takes merely 1 hour 30 minutes each way. The journey starts either from Kathmandu or Pokhara, depending on the choice of medium one makes.

Was the temple affected in the last earthquake to strike Nepal in the year 2015?

The aggressive earthquake that hit the country of Nepal in April 2015 has not affected the famous temple in any manner. The site of the temple is absolutely safe and secure to travel. The places that were affected in that earthquake are Kathmandu, Langtang, Gorkha, and the Everest region. However, after all these years, all the places in Nepal are now safe to visit. 

So if you have the Muktinath Tour on your mind, you can visit the temple and enjoy not just the peace and serenity of the temple but the beautiful locations around. It would not be wrong to say that Muktinath Yatra is a step into heaven.


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