Gajendra Mokshya (Triveni) Dham

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    Longitude: 83°40’46’’ -84°26’02’’ Latitude: 27°16’15’’-27°52’11’’

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    Maximum: 37.50 Minimum: 7.50

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    2,321.7 mm

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    Tropical & Sub-tropical

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    Dance- Lakhe, Maruni, Ghatu, Kauda, Damphu, Golyani, Latthi (Stick), Bhajan (hymns), Salejo, Badaka Itbar

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    Pokhara to Kawasoti 160 km by bus

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Gajendra Mokshya (Triveni) Dham lies in the south of the district and is 25 km from Bardaghat and 34 km from Parasi. This place is a spiritual and holy confluence of three rivers: Sano ,Tamsa, Saptagandaki rivers. It is considered to be as sacred as “Prayag” in the Indian city of Allahabad, where the river “Ganga”
and “Yamuna” meet. In the vicinity of Triveni there is the Balmiki Ashram with statues of Rishi Balmiki, Sita,
Luv and kush and lord Ganesh. This place is considered to be area where sita first entered the earth  where she ate her fruits, the site of the immortal well, the place where the twins Luv and Kush tied their horses
on a stone pillar and also where the two got their education. Although this place falls in Chitwan district,
visitors can reach here going through India (land route) or by taking a boat across the Narayani river. Across
the river, there are temples dedicated to Radha / Krishna, Hanuman, Shiva and Parvati, Durga Bhawani,
Gajgraha and Laxminarayan. A three day religious fair is held annually during the month of January (Maghe
Aushi) when piligrims from india and Nepal come to take a holy dip in the confluence of the three river