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, Nepal. The site is close to the village of Ranipauwa, which sometimes mistakenly is called Muktinath as well.

Within Hinduism, it is called the sacred place Mukti Kshetra, which literally means the "place of liberation or moksha". This temple is considered to be the 105th among the available 108 Divya Desam, which are considered sacred by the Sri Vaishnava cult. The ancient name of this place in Sri Vaishnava literature, before Buddhist origin, is Thiru Saligramam. This houses the Saligrama shila considered to be the naturally available form of Sriman Narayana - the Hindu Godhead. It is also one of the 51 Shakti peethams. The Buddhists call it Chumig Gyatsa, which in Tibetan means 'Hundred Waters'. Although the temple is has a Vaishnava origin, it is also revered in Buddhism. For Tibetan Buddhists, Muktinath-Chumig Gyatsa is a very important place of Dakinis, goddesses known as Sky Dancers and one of the 24 Tantric places. They understand the murti to be a manifestation of Avalokitesvara. 

Day 01

Arrive Kathmandu. Pashupati Darshan & Aarati in the Evening.

Day 02

Morning visit to Pashupati Nath again and Drive to Airport for the flight to Pokhara. Afternoon visit Gupteshwor Mahadev, Davis Fall & boating at Lake Phewa.

Day 03

Helicopter flight to Muktinath Temple, Puja Archana. Fly to Kak Bhusundi Lake, Puja Archana and fly back to Kathmandu.

Day 04

Morning free for sightseeing and shopping. 
Transfer to Airport for Departure.

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