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Pathibhara Maya Religious Temple In Nepal

Destination: Pathibhara 
Highlights:
•Pathibhara Maya Temple
•Explore Limbu Culture of the Nepalese himalayas.Scenic view of Mt. KanchenjungaSub tropical forests and Low river valley
Best time:Best time for Pathibhara trekking is March to June and September to November.
Accommodation:
Residents along the trail offer food and lodging facilities. Basic accommodation facilities are also available for pilgrims near the temple premises.
Transportation:
Pathibhara lies in the junction of three VDCs: Tapethok, Limkhim and PhawaKhola. The journey to Pathibhara starts from Suketar, which is about a 20-minute drive from Phungling Bazaar, and then 1–2 hours driving from Suketar to Sano Phedi. Pathibhara Devi is about 3–4 hours walk from Sano Phedi. 
Suketar Airport 2,840 m (9,318 ft) at Suketar is the only STOL airport in Taplejung district, connecting Kathmandu and Biratnagar by scheduled flights. 
Pathibhara trail passes through Deurali, Ramitedanda, Chhatedhunga, Bhalugaunda and Phedi before finally reaching the temple.
Description:
Since time immemorial, Pathibhara Pilgrim Tour has fascinated the Hindu Nepalese in a usual way as any other famous pilgrim tour attracts its devotees. Pathibhara is a female deity, who fulfills the wish of a devotee. Hundreds of devotees flock to Pathibhara every day, and in the festive season, this place is packed with people, who have come from different parts of Nepal, as well as from India. 
From the religious point of view, Pathibhara will have a significant place in the hearts of the Nepalese because it represents female Shakti, that is, the power of a female goddess. To please her, devotees offer the sacrifice of animals. This may be disturbing to outsiders, but the sacrifice of animals is looked with a certain degree of flexibility by the Hindu community. 
Prior to seeing this, you will find Pathibhara region located in the most beautiful area in the eastern Nepal, blessed with spectacular landscape and Himalayan peaks, scaling to 7000 m, in the midst of a wide variety of floras, including different species of rhododendrons. 
Pathibhara Pilgrim Tour will also create an opportunity for your searching eye to gaze on the mountain that is known by the name of Kanchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain. You will also know about the outline of the culture of Limbu as you pass through the villages and spend your nights. The monasteries that you visit in Olangchung Gola are beautiful, and the waterfall that you see at Sawa and the pond of Timbung are awe-inspiring. The eco-system of this region has been well-preserved, and you will also find it intact as you see different species of birds. Walking in this region is exciting.