Pulastya Pulhashram/Jagannath Temple

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    Longitude: 83°06’08 ’’- 83°52’27’’ Latitude: 28°17’52’’- 28°47’37’’

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    Maximum: 35.4°c Minimum: 4°c

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    1509.1 mm

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Situated at 1,530 m above sea level in Pulachaur village which is north-west of Myagdi’s headquarter Beni bazar, it is a symbolic place of worship for Hindus. This place is believed to be the meditating grounds for the ancient sage Pulastya (Padma) and Samkhyadarshan’s Vedic sage Kapil. The sages are believed to have made celestial offerings at the Homkunda, a fresh water lake.

There is also a myth that king “Ravana” of Lanka made his first religious journey from this area. According to ancient beliet. Ravana is said to be the grandson of sage “Pulastya”, Lord Shiva is worked in this place of religious retreat during events such as Manasturmati Akahaya Toliva and Krishna Janmashtam.