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Maulakalika Mandir

Maulakalika Mandir

Situated on the hilltop amidst dense green forest, it is gaining recognition as a spiritual Centrex as well as a holy place for fulfilling the wishes expressed by devotees and worshipers before the Goddess. Devotees throng the temple every morning to offer worships and prayers to the Goddess who is believed to materialize people’s longings.

With the increased beauty and panorama of the place with the systematic prayers to the temple since 2038 BS, infrastructure development on the people’s mobilization and constructions of temple in pyagoda style in 2052 BS, the score of visitors has remarkably gone up in the temple for last few years. The snow-capped scenic beauty in the north, holy place Devghat, Chitwan National Park, Sauraha, Tigers Top, and other enchanting natural beauty visible to the north from the temple delight every tourists reaching there. Likewise, people-conserved peace forest park (Banbatika), artistic slate-paved way, stands, tap stands, stations, and various temples on the way to Maulakali are also inspiring people to visit the temple again and again.

Worth-seeing scenes from the hilltop and the pleasure one feels from trekking and wandering green dense forests also mesmerize people there, rocketing the number of visitors arriving in this altitude from all parts of the country thereby help promote internal tourism in the area.

Visitors can offer prayer and worship to Siddi Binayak Ganesh, Shree Krishna and Deurali Devi on the way to Maulakalika and take joy of the incredible natural beauty intensified by the forest and cool and clean weather on the way to the temple.

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General Information

  • Location On the top hills of Gaindakot Municipality
  • Altitude 561 meters from sea-level
  • Footsteps 1,892 footsteps to reach up to the temple.
  • Best Time to Visit Every Morning and Specially on Weekend and Public Holidays.
  • Maulakalika Temple
  • Maulakalika Temple
  • Maulakalika Temple
  • Maulakalika Temple
  • Maulakalika Temple