Dudh Pokhari: An Adventurous Trek and a Beautiful Pilgrimage
– Nepalayatimes/Mangal Gurung
Dudh Pokhari is Historical and religious touristic place located at the heart of the southwestern slopes of Baudha Himal and Himalchuli of Mt Manaslu (Killer Mountain) on the borderline of Lamjung and Gorkha district Nepal. It is in 4700 m high attitude famous for the short trek, from where we can see the close view of the Mt Manasalu Himalchuli, Dr. Harka Gurung Peak (8163m), (7896m), (7871m) respectively, Annapurna range including Manang valley, Boudha Himal, and Lamjung Himal.
Here devotees reached each summer monsoon with making the difficult journey there to bathe in its sacred milky waters. In the time Janai Purnima, there happened a huge collection of devotees.
In your trek to Dudh Pokhari, you will face with Gurung Culture, Beautiful village Laprak of Gorkha. People have believed that this trekking route is used by ancient to borrow that Tibet salt from Manang.
While our Visit we saw that government and Local body have been forgetting to catch diamond means that they are lapsing to earn through tourism business. If locals and concerning body focus to development and safeguard of Dudh Pokhari, they will succeed to collect revenue and economic development of locals.
This trek is becoming a most challenging trekking route because of many ups and down with high passes like Rupina Bhanjyang.
For reach there we can use way of either from Phaleasangu or from Besishahar, capital of Lamjung district. By this way, we have to cross the Marsyangdi River and go through with facing the paddies fields and terraces of Gurung villages, the Tamang community and follow the ridge of Simledanda with a pristine forest of rhododendron and bamboos.
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