Sedibeni Shaligram Shila

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    Longitude: 83°33’41’’- 83°49’31’’ Latitude: 28°00’19’’-28°23’58’’

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    Maximum: 33°c Minimum: 7.5°c

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    2,706.4 mm

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    Tropical, Sub-Tropical, & Temperate

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    Hotel, Lodge, Resort and Community Home Stay

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    Dance- Maruni, Lakhe, Dhatu, Nachari, Kheli, Salejo, Rodi, Gallai Lahurae, Hanuman

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    Pokhara to Kusma 2 hours, Roads mostly dirt tracks

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    Health Service

    District Hospital, Primary Health Center, Health Post, Clinic

The Shaligram Shila which is located between Parbat’s Bihadi rural municipality and Syangja’s Galyang municipality is worshipped as a symbol of lord Vishnu. Pilgrims visiting the district consider this area as a must visit site. Scores of pilgrims visit this area during auspicious days in the Hindu religious calender such as Balachaturdasi and Maghe Sankranti.

The Vedvedang Pathshala (school of Ved learning) and temples dedicated to Ganesh and Shiva are also located in this area.