Located along the banks of Sunkoshi river, Jhangajholi village, mostly untouched by the hustle and bustle of everyday city life, is a perfect fishing location during the spring and autumn seasons.
Glimpses of Nepal can be seen during your stay here.
The house is located only a short walk off of the main road and is located in the middle of a terraced field. The ground floor consists of a living room, a quaint kitchen and dining area and a patio looking out towards the garden and paddy fields. The first floor has a common room with 3 beds and a master bed room. There are two balconies on either end of the house on this floor providing a picturesque view of the village below.
The farm house is on the banks of the magnificent Sunkoshi River (The river of gold) that has a rich and diverse freshwater ecosystems. The region is very popular for seasonal fishing. The area is home to Mahaseer, Snow Trout, River Catfish and fresh water Eel.
The farm house is near two of the most ancient temples within south asia.
The first one “Kusheshwor Mahadev’s Temple” is about 15 Kms before reaching the farm house. This temple’s presence has been highlighted recently after the BP Highway was completed.
The second one is “Mukuteshwori Temple” which is around 5 Kms further up hill from the farm house. This temple has been recently renovated and is famous for Sati Devi’s Mukut ke mask which fell on the very spot.
As per the ancient texts, these temples are related. Sati Devi, the first wife of Mahadev, sacrificed herself and her body parts were scattered throughout the world. The place where her mask fell from the heavens is now known as Mukuteshwari Temple.
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Jhangajholi Ratamata, Région de développement Centre, Népal