Visiting different places is a way of collecting treasures.”
I was lucky collect one when I visited Pokhara. The 200-km journey from Kathmandu was long. Phewa Taal was the first place in Pokhara that impressed me. The view of Mount Machhapuchhre on the lake is still clear in my eyes.
David’s Fall was another beautiful place in Pokhara that I liked. David’s Fall flowing down and then vanishing inside massive rocks can only be described in one word — mesmerising.
I went to Mahendra Gufa (caves) next. The darkness inside the cave fascinated me. After visiting the cave,
I went to Bindyabasini, a pilgrimage for Hindus.
Of course, I didn’t miss
the milky Seti River flowing under Mahendrapul.
Then, my visit to Pokhara was over.
On the way back, I noticed Ramgha Gaun, the birthplace of Adhikavi Bhanubhakta Acharya in Tanahun. I was lucky to visit such an important place and witness its natural beauty with my own eyes.
From Pokhara, where I had gone empty handed, I returned with wonderful memories.