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Riverside Spring Resort.

Riverside spring Resort Riverside spring Resort (P) Ltd, Kurintar, Nepal You probably wouldn't believe that this resort has a wishing well, toss a coin and your wishes could come true. Kurintar Riverside spring Resort, which is 102 km from Kathmandu, 98 Kms from Pokhara and just a 4 hrs drive from the Royal Chitwan National Park is a tranquil retreat. This place has many added attractions. It is very popular for its short treks to the Manakamna temple and also for its ... more

Dalima Eco-Friendly Holiday Resort

Dalima Eco-Friendly Holiday Resort, Kurintak, Chitwan, NepalDalima eco-friendly holiday resort witing for you as Sandy beaches, sylvan surroundings, temperate climate with refreshing breezes - yet with all the ameneties of modern life. These are the images that come to mind when you dream of the perfect holiday resort, or the venue for your next conference, meeting or workshop. Dalima eco-friendly holiday resort , nestled in the serene forests of the Shivalik Hills overlooking the Trishuli River, is ... more

Manakamana Rising Resort

Manakamana Rising Resor, Darechowk - 3, Kurintar, NepalPlace for Fun, Enjoy & Celebration: Manakamana Rising Resort is set in the heart of Kurintar, framed by stunning rocky mountain & magnificient view of Trishuli River. Our attractive Bamboo Cottages are designed in an ancient style Pagoda style. Confrent with relaxed atmosphere. Dramaric panoramic, spacious gardens and the stunning rocky mountain & view of Trishuli River make the Resort arguable the most unique & spectacular in Kurintar ... more

Manakamana Resort

Manakamana Resort, GorkhaThe trail from Abu Khaireni enters Manakamana from the west. Whitewashed Newar houses and Mediterranean-style cafes line the route as it makes its final approach to the famous Bhagwati Mandir, set in a square near the top of the village. The cable car summit station is situated just south of the temple; it's about five minutes' walk up an obvious path and steps from there. Tradition has it that the goddess Bhagwati rewards those who make ... more

Manakamana, Gorkha, Nepal

Manakamana, Gorkha, NepalManakamana is the name of a Hindu Goddess. It is believed that the Goddess fulfils the wishes of the people. The term ‘mana’ means the ‘heart’ or ‘soul’ and ‘kamana’ means the ‘wish’.

Legend has it that Gorkha King Ram Shah’s (1614-1636 A.D) Queen possessed divine powers- a fact known only to Lakhan Thapa, her devotee. One day, when the King discovered that his Queen was a Goddess, he suddenly died. As per the custom, the Queen had to commit sati on his cremation pyre. Consoling the lamenting Lakhan, she promised to reappear near his home.

Six months later, a farmer hit a stone while ploughing his field and noticed blood and milk flowing from it. The flow ceased when Lakhan worshipped the stone with tantric rituals. The site became the foundation of the present-day shrine-the current pujari Priest being the 17th generation descendant of Lakhan Thapa.

Renovated many times over the centuries, the Manakamana Temple has a four-tiered pagoda style roof with the entrance facing southwest. The priest performs daily prayers and rituals behind closed doors before allowing the public to enter. Manakamana Devi is widely believed bless her devotees by fulfilling their wishes.

Wish Fulfilling Goddess
Since the 17th century Manakamana Devi has been widely venerated all over the Nepal because of the belief that she fulfills all wishes. The Shrine is accessible in about 10 minutes with Nepal’s first cable car.

Manakamana Cabale Car: Nepal's only cable car; Safety
Imported and installed by the world renowned Dopplemayr of Austria, the Manakamana Cable Car system is 100% safe with supporting feature like automatic backup generator, hydraulic emergency drive and a team of qualified and well-trained staff and technicians.

Ever since its inauguration by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev on November 24 1998, Manakamana Cable Car has immensely contributed to the religious and touristy significance of the area. Besides drastically reducing the previously arduous five-hour climb to a mere 10 minute comfort trip, it has revolutionized the tourism of international standards.

Manakamana Cable Car has been able to garner overwhelming support from its customer within a short period of operation. This is attributable to proven records of safety, comfort, cleanliness and customer service, combined with the cultural importance of the Manakamana region and superb natural surroundings.

The grand main gate welcomes all to the Bottom Station (258M) which is located on the bank of the Trisuli river and is 2.5 hour drive away from Kathmandu (2 hours from Pokhara and 1 hour from Narayanghat).

The Top Station (1302m) at Manakamana is near the Manakamana Temple, which lies south of the historic town of Gorkha and is located on the top of a ridge overlooking the spectacular river valleys of Trishuli and Marshyangdi.

Other Facilities:

  • Internaional class restaurant serving local, Indian and continental cuisine
  • Communication facilities
  • Kiddies games
  • Souvenir shop
  • Parking space
  • Resort

Nature’s Prize: Journey to Manakamana can be exhilarating both spiritually and visually. Spectacular views from around the temple area include deep valleys, terraced fields as well as the Manaslu-Himlchuli and the Annapurna ranges.

Village Development Committees VDC's & Towns of Gorkha District:

Amppipal Aaru Arbang Aaru Chanuate Aarupokhari Asrang Baguwa
Bakrang Bhirkot Bhumlichok Bihi Borlang Bunkot Chhaikampar Chhoprak
Chumchet Chyangli Darbhung Deurali Dhawa Dhuwakot Finam Fujel
Gaikhur Gakhu Ghairung Ghyachok Ghyalchok Gorakhkali Gumda Hansapur
Harbhi Jaubari Kashigaun Kerabari Kerauja Kharibot Khoplang Laprak
Lapu Lho Makaising Manakamana Manbu Masel Muchchok Namjung
Nareshwor Palumtar Panchkhuwadeurali Pandrung Prithbinarayan Prok Ranishwara Samagaun
Saurpani Shreenathkot Simjung Sirdibas Swara Taklung Takukot Takumajhalakuribot
Tandrang Tanglichok Taple Tara Nagar Thalajung Thumi Uiya Warpak