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Khotang Halesi Tour

Khotang Halesi Tour
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Khotang Halesi Tour

Trip Overview

Overview OF Khotang Halasi Tour

Khotang Halesi Tour is a famous temple identified as Pashupatinath in eastern Nepal and is one of the most famous tourist sites in Nepal. It is located in the Khotang district at an elevation of 3,100 to 4,734 feet above sea level, between two massive holly rivers, the Dudh Kosi on the right and the Sun Kosi on the west. Halesi Mahadev is a Hindu, Buddhist, and Kirant famous destination. It’s located 215 kilometers east of Kathmandu Valley. Within the stunning caves, the Halesi Temple is situated at the peak of a small hill. There are also a number of smaller, magnificent caves. The picture of the Lord inside the cave is meaningful, and it adds to the tour’s charm.
It is also a source of prestige for the locals, as it is as well-known as other temples such as Kathmandu’s Pashupatinath Temple and Kapilvastu’s Lumbini. It is recognized around the world as a natural cave that is located in the 4th remote hilly area and is thought to have existed for over 6000 years.

Khotang Halasi
khotang Halasi Temple tour From Kathmandu

The ancient cave of Lord Haleshi Mahadev is located in Nepal’s Khotang District. About 6000 years ago, Lord Shiva is said to have used this cave to defend himself and hide from the demon Bhasmasur. This temple and Halesi Mahadev is revered as the great god also of gods and goddesses (Devadidev) by Hindus, the father of the Kirat religion is considered to have originated at this location by Kirat people, and Buddhists venerate Halesi as one of their six major tourist spots

It is said that temples of the Shaiva faith (which has evolved since the beginning of time), Buddhists, and other ascetics have attained heaven when meditating at Halesi. Buddhists revere it as a religious place where their famous Guru Rimpoche, Padmasambhava, meditated and attained paradise. As a result, Buddhist priests and disciples come to worship Halesi with the expectation of obtaining 10 additional years of life as well as regeneration.
In Tibetan, it is referred to as ‘Marathi.’ This holy site is revered as a chariot that leads from wrongdoing to right-doing, from illusion to truth, from crime to justice, and ultimately to judgment.

WHERE DID THEY FIND THE HALESI?

Similarly, the historical perspective on how this holy site with ensconced Mahadev was approached is as follows: “Once upon a time, there was a bushy jungle, and a certain Rai caste hunter was hunting in this area. He attempted to hunt a deer that had gotten lost in the brush. The shooting dog went into the bushes to look after the deer, but none of them returned.
Following that, the hunter requested guidance from the villagers and went to the bushes, where they discovered a cave. They reached the cave and discovered a huge Shivalinga encircled by a snake. They were overjoyed to see this and started to worship it as Lord Shiva’s temple. There are a number of other spiritual and mythological explanations for Halesi’s increasing religious importance.”

You can also book Kalinchowk And Khotang Tour from Kathmandu. 

HOW DID IT COME TO BE HALESI?

This is how the name of this holy site, which is situated in a peaceful natural hilly setting, is clarified by locals. “According to history, there was once a massive Madane (seedless fruit) tree just above the present Halesi Mahadev. At that tree, a bird called ‘Halesho’ used to chirp. As a result, elderly people agreed to call this location ‘Halesi’ after the name of the bird.

Khotang Halesi Tour is one of the most famous religious tours of Nepal. The belief in Halesi Mahadev makes the place more precious. You can also Visit Khotang Halesi by Booking Khotang Halesi Tour from Hike on Trek. The cost of the Khotang Halesi Tour will be so moderate that you can enjoy the tour with your family. For Booking, you can book Here.

Detailed Itinenary

HALES MAHADEV TOUR PACKAGE ITINERARY

Day 1st-
Pick up from your nearby location by private vehicle and we will drive to Halesi Mahadev. On way, we will take our lunch. It will be around an 8hrs (222k.m) drive from Kathmandu. while crossing the beautiful small village and greenery hills we will reach Halesi. At night we take our dinner and stay at the hotel.

Day 2nd
In the morning we will visit the Halesi Mahadev temple, Halesi cave, and many more places. And we will back at the hotel and we take our breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu. On the way, we take our lunch. Or we will drive to Jiri at night we stay at the hotel and take our dinner.

Day 3rd
In the morning we explore Jiri by hiking(3hrs). And back to the hotel we take our breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu. we take our lunch on the way. Or we will drive to Kalinchowk and at night we stay at Kuri village.

Day 4th
In the morning we will visit Kalinchowk Bhagwati temple by exploring cable car or by walking. And back to the hotel and take our breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu on the way we explore Dolakha Bhimsen temple and we take our lunch on the way.

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Trip Highlights

Trips Highlights of Khoting Halasi Tour
The pilgrimage and Halesi Mahadev are revered as the great god also of gods and goddesses (Devadidev) by Hindus, the father of the Kirat faith is believed to have originated at this location by Kirat people, and Buddhists worship Halesi as one of their six powerful historic sites.
It is said that temples of the Shaiva sect (which has existed since the beginning of time), Buddhists, and other mystics have attained salvation when meditating at Halesi. Buddhists worship it as a holy site where their great Guru Rimpoche, Padmasambhava, meditated and attained heaven. As a result, Buddhist priests and disciples come to worship Halesi with the expectation of obtaining 10 additional years of life as well as rebirth.
In Tibetan, it is referred to as ‘Marathi.’ This holy site is worshipped as a chariot that leads from wrongdoing to right-doing, from delusion to truth, from sin to punishment, and ultimately to redemption.