Bhairabsthan Temple/ Bhakunde

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    Longitude: 82°52’47’’-83°40’38’’
    Latitude: 28°04’38’’-28°38’06’’

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    Maximum: 21.°c
    Minimum: 5°c

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    1673.2 mm

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    Sub-tropical, Temperate, Sub-Alpine

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    Hotel, Lodge, Resort and Community Home Stay

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    Dance-Lakhe, Maruni, Ghatu, Hanuman, Jogi, Ropai, Katuwal, Putali, Ghantakarna, Sisno, Khesnae, Bagh (Tiger), Mayur (peacock), Jhakri, Adi, Sorathi, Salejo, Kheli, Thado Bhaka, Cultural and religious fairs

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    Pokhara to Jomsom: 72 km by Bus

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    Hospital, Health Post, Ayurvedic Centers, Clinic

The Bhairabsthan temple area is believed to have been ruled by Bhuretakure kings. This site is 15 km from the district headquarter and is in the upper part of the Amalachaur area. There is a palace armory and wood work artifact around the site. A view tower has been built from where one can get a bird’s eye view of Baglung, Parbat and Myagdi districts. There are many homestays in the area for accommodation.

North west of Bhairabsthan is Bhakunde village which has its significance in magar culture and the local food and accommodation in homestays. Bhirabsthan temple/Bhakunde/Gaja pond area has been enlisted as top 100 popular tourism destinations of Nepal by Nepal government.