Pashupatinath is one of the most important religious sites in Asia among the Shiva devotees. It is one of the most famous holy sites among the four Hindus' most significant sites. Pashupatinath Darshan Yatra/ Pashupatinath Holy Tour is one of the best destinations for those who want to pray to Lord Shiva for their pleasure. Not only that, Pashupatinath Holy Tour is ideal for investigators, religious researchers, and philosophers.
Pashupatinath Temple is the largest Hindu temple, and it is considered to be the holiest of all Hindu Temples. This is a two-tiered golden temple with four silver doorways, hundreds of Shiva linga's shrines, and holy symbols. Pashupatinath temple is located on the holy river Bagmati, 6 km east of the center of Kathmandu. Only Hindus are allowed into this temple. People believed that this temple was built long before the Christian era began. The Pashupati Temple was built in the fifth century and later renovated by Malla kings, its original beauty still remains with the beautifully sculpted stone sculptures found here. Thousands of Hindus come each year on the occasion of Shivaratri (in March), Balachturdashi (in the month of November), and Hariyani Ekadashi is the holiest day. During this tour, you will visit another Hindu site - serene Budhanilkantha.
Then we will visit Doleshwor Mahadev Temple; located at Jangam in Sipadol VDC (Village Development Committee), in the southern part of Bhaktapur district. The annual religious excursion (Chardham Yatra); Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri Temples are the most holy places. Kedarnath is situated in the Himalayas in Uttarakhand Pradesh of India; it is one of the most popular temples among Hindus, where lord Shiva is worshipped as a Bull without a head.
The myth said Pandavas reached the Kedarnath to seek Lord Shiva for forgiveness for the loss of lives during the 18-day Mahabharata battle. But Lord Shiva was denied with Pandavas and disguised himself as a bull. The Pandavas knew that the Bull was Lord Shiva and they tried to stop it by pulling the tail, meantime the head got separated from the body and disappear. Finally, the Pandavas located disappear head in the Pashupat Region of Nepal directed by the holy voice (Aakashvani), which consists of 64 Jyotirlinga (Idol of Lord Shiva), Doleshwor Mahadev being one of them.
For 4,000 years, people have been searching for the head of Kedarnath who assumed the shape of a bull to avoid the Panch Pandava (5 brothers), the heroes of the Mahabharata. The search was declared over after Shree 1008 Jagadguru Bhimashankarlinga Shivacharya Mahaswamiji, the head of Kedarnathpeeth in Uttarakhand, officially spelled on 22nd August of 2009, that the Shivalinga worshipped as Doleshwor Mahadev in Sipadol village of Bhaktapur is the missing head part of Kedarnath. As proof, the holy man pointed out the amazing similarity in the traditions of the shrines in two different countries. See the official declaration and proof of Doleshwor as Head of Lord Kedarnath.
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