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Place to Visit in Dang--Top 6 best places for Tourism trekking in Dang, Nepal

1) Ambikeswari Temple (Ghorahi-5, Ammapur), 
Ambikeshori is the highly religious centre of the attraction of people in the Mid-Western Region of Nepal, South Asia. A lots of religious people came to visit here daily. Basically this template is also famous for Marriage Functional Activities
2) Pandaveshwor Shiva Mandir (Dharna-1, Dharpani), 
The world’s largest Trishul installed at Ghorai’s Pandeshwor Mandir has been attracting tourists in droves. The trident, weighing 81 quintal and 13 kilos, was inaugurated on December 14, 2014.

The Trishul is by far the largest and heaviest in the world, according to Ganesh Adhikari, chairperson of Pandeshwor Temple Management Trust (PTMT). Previously, the Trishul of India’s Pidaraud Temple weighing 27 quintals, was considered the heaviest.
Designed by Indian stone carvers, the Trishul was built at a cost of Rs 2.2 million, according to PTMT. “Since the inauguration of the world’s largest Trishul, more than 200 tourists visit the temple on a daily basis,” said Adhikari.
Previously, only locals visited the temple, that too only during festivals like Shivaratri, but today, thanks to the Trishul, both domestic and international tourists visit the temple.
The temple has now turned into a pilgrimage site for many devotees. Keeping this in mind, a separate pilgrimage house has been built on the temple premises.
This Dharmasala primarily serves as a rest-stop for tourists from across the country as well as those from a number of states in India. “Prominent personalities, including the former president, chief justice, police chief and ministers, have already visited the Trishul as well as the temple,” said Adhikari.
The temple having both religious and aesthetic significance is located at the base of the Chure range. To further the natural beauty of the temple and to improve the scenery of the area, PTMT has planted 108 seedlings of Bar and Peepal trees around the temple.
The modernization and Modification of this religious place is still active. Alots of changes and other attractive things are modified and large number of native and external tourists are increasing day by day. 
3) Siddha Ratnanath Pith(Ghorahi-4, Chaughera), 
Chaughera Temple is one the best and interesting places of Ghorahi. The environment of Chaughera is very organic and natural. Basically,  this is religious places for people, The management and Service of this places is also good.
A lots of native and foreign tourists appears here daily.
 The waterfall has the possibility of changing into a significant tourist destination since the area is rich biodiversity, natural sightseeing, , short distance mini hill trekking. The place also can be developed as the research field for the study of crocodiles. The area can be developed in integrated way with Babai river crocodile watching, Devidanda women community forest with diverse flora and fauna, Sunkauli and Argale hills sightseeing.
 There is a place called Hataru Basa on the way to the water fall from Bagarpur Bazaar. According to the local people, the tradesmen, horse riders from Salyan used to stay here on their way to or from Nepalgunj.
The spot is important from religious point of view as well. Around a kilometer towards northeast there lies the origin of the waterfall, Kalapanikhola and by the stream lies a Shiva temple. Every year on the day of Shiva Ratri huge fair is held here. Pilgrims from Rolpa, Salyan, Bheri Zone and from India visit this place on this occasion.
Purandhara waterfall is even more attractive since it is surrounded by other attractive touristy panorama. The waterfall has the danger of eroding if not taken initiations for its protection. It is also quite necessary to improve 12 km long road for the easy access of the tourists. In order to develop the economic, socio-cultural life of the western part of Dang the infrastructure should be developed and the water fall must be conserved and promoted. 
           

5) Chamere Guffa (Bat Caves) 
Chamere Gufa situated at the altitude of 1230 metres above the sea level is also regarded as Chamere Gufa, Jhakri Gufa, and Siddha Gufa by the local people. The cave is named after the bats since the cave is the habitat of innumerable bats. This naturally made cave is situated among the jungle in the slope land of Mahabharat range. If we glance at the water resources to the east of the cave it seems that the water played quite import role for the formation of the cave. Drops of the water can be noticed dripping off the top of the cave even these days. The inner view of the cave makes us feel the cave to be an ancient.             Chamere Gufa is believed to have been used as their shelter by the prehistoric humans since some stone weapons have been around the cave. The cave is important from the view point of archaeological studies. Prof. Ram Niwas Pandey of Tribhuvan University excavated Paleolithic weapon from Hapur Khola and Neolithic weapon from Katuki while in his study. During 1983 -1985 Gudron Korbinsons from Evlagen University of Germany had conducted her archaeological research in Dangand Deukhuri valleys and found Paleolithic weapons. Rendy Holland of Borgan University Norway had also conducted excavation around this area. Similarly Janak Lal Sharma had found a stone weapon from the bank of Gwar khola in 1970. Dr. Shiva Kumar Subedi of Dang had found some improvised stone axe of Neolithic period. A team of experts from Kathmandu University and local researchers of Dang have recently carried out preliminary observation and research of this cave. They have pointed out to the prehistoric designing and scripts inside the cave.  

6)Bhrakune Daha Barah Kshetra
Bahrakune Barah Kshetra is one of the important religious destinations of mid-western region. There is the custom or tradition of making offering of lamb at the southern part of the lake. People come here to cleanse or bathe in the lake and worship lord Barah. The process is believed to be the way of salvation. Hundreds of pilgrims arrive here from Mangsir to Magh (November to January). On the last day of Paush and 1st day of Magh a large fair is organized here. At that time pilgrims from the hilly parts of Nepal as well as from India arrive here. There is a historical place called Maulakot to the northern top and to the west there is a wetland area called Jyamire Daha. Maulakot is significant for trekking and Jyamire Daha is for the study of diversity of flora and fauna.
Bahra Kune Daha has extended in the area of five hectares. The lake is believed to have emerged at about 1991/92 B.S. Later the siltation process from the feeder streams caused the contraction of the lake. 
The priests of this temple are still from Magar community. There is a village named and river Sewar by Barah kshetra. In Magar Kham language a person conducting rituals and worships is called ‘Seware’. According to Bam Kumari Budha, researcher of Magar Kham language, the name Sewar is derived from the very word Seware. The Magar communities of the surrounded have contributed a lot for the care and conduct of the temple since its origination.
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