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It is well knowledge that Nepal is endowed with a special spiritual and religious significance, for both Hindus and Buddhists alike. Both Buddhism and Hinduism have developed side by side here in peace and prosperity.
Taking a Spiritual Tour in Nepal will bring a higher degree of happiness into your life and will fill it with an abundance of wonderful energies. You will have the amazing opportunity to see ancient rites that have been practiced for thousands of years if you pay a visit to the monasteries and temples that are situated in the towering mountains. You may get a glimpse of the life of renunciation and redemption that the priests and monks lead by visiting places of worship such as the greatest Hindu temple, Pashupatinath, or the mountaintop monkey temple, Swayambhunath. Both of these temples are located in Nepal. You have the incredible opportunity to participate in the lighting of a traditional butter lamp that is used in monasteries.
Nepal is considered to be sacred land, thus many great teachers have traveled there, including Vyasa and Guru Rinpoche, amongst others. It is reported that a great number of Rishis spent their time meditating in the hills and mountains of Nepal. The Himalayas are also considered to be the residence of Lord Shiva. The lives of the people living in Nepal are filled with daily rituals and festivals that is a devotional impact on the lives of the people who visit Nepal as well.
Through the widely recognized Spiritual Tour in Nepal, you may take part in this spiritual trip and uncover a mystical universe that is still and enigmatic. Spend some quiet time in an extraordinarily beautiful area amidst the nature gifted by the Himalayas for spiritual pursuits such as meditation, yoga, astrology, and retreating. At the same time, witness the preservations of old riches.
You are welcome to participate in the Nepal Spiritual Tours whenever it is most convenient for you, regardless of the time of year. The strength of faith is typically viewed as a triumph over the elements of nature because these forces do not present any danger to the pilgrim who is attempting to cleanse their soul. Even during the monsoon season, which in Nepal occurs between the months of July and August, one can observe a wide variety of celebrations and religious events taking place at virtually all of the country's sacred sites. In point of fact, this time of year is when a large number of chariot processions known as jatras featuring deities such as Karunamaya, which is a manifestation of Avalokiteshvara, as well as Indra and Bhimsena, can be observed. Winter is not out of the question, despite the fact that Spring and Autumn are likely to provide for a more pleasant tour with breathtaking views of clear blue skies and the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas from Muktinath.
For the Hindu Spiritual Tour, we have carefully selected the temples of Budanilakantha, Guhyeswari, Pashupatinath, Sankata, Muktinath, Taal Barahi, and Bindabasini Temple, along with many others, to include in an itinerary. We are confident that this tour will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of the spiritual realm that is Nepal.
For the Buddhist Spiritual Tour, destinations like Lumbini, Swayambhunath, Bouddhanath, Namobuddha, Temal, and Pharping, amongst others, have been specifically chosen to meet your requirements in terms of spirituality. Nearly every location on this list features some kind of prayer or meditation space where visitors may cultivate feelings of compassion and tranquility.
So join the Spiritual Tours package in Nepal to experience the calm and tranquility that Nepal has to offer.