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Pokhara is a place where the buffaloes speak english...

Now these animals even go for shopping, especially in the lakeside area.



 
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HEY HULAKI BRO AND TUTUNKAMAN BRO THANKS FOR THOSE WONDERFUL PICTURES BUT TUTUNKAMAN BRO I THINK THAT'S A COW NOT A BUFFALO... LOL....

 
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Ah!The white covered mountains of nepal! Darn, I really hope so the day will arrive, and sooner than later (it wont really be the same when im a tad bit too old ;oP) , that I will be able to trek to Annapurna first base camp while taking pleasure and appreciating the beautiful breath taking scenery :oD …it will be hard work!but all worth it?ahhhh!!enuf dreaming!:oS hehe

Nice pics hulaki and tutun! got more from ur personal collection?..professional pics feels diff


 
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Phewa tal view from Naudada....

 
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colourful morning fogs in pokhara/////////////

 



 
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newroad closeup

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phewatal closeup

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Thanks for sharing these pics.. Pokhara is heaven in earth!
 
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NICE PICS BROS... KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

 
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lonely man

enjoys a lonely lake.... //////////////////////////



 
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Royal thugs

capturing prime property in lakeside..../////////////////////////////////



 
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I REMBER THE TIME WHEN THE WATER OF PHEWA USED TO BE VERY CLEAN WHEN I WAS A LIL' KID... BUT NOWADAYS THE WATER OF PHEWA LAKE IS HORRIBLE AS COMPARED TO THOSE OLD DAYS AND THERE ARE ALSO WEEDS GROWING IN THE LAKE... I THINK THE NAME OF THE PLANT IS JALKUMBI.... POLLUTION!!! POLLUTION!!!
 
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BAGLUNG

Arnakot
Balewakot 
Bhagawati Temple (Baglung chaur)
Bhagawati Temple (Painyu
Bhairab Temple 
Bhimsen Temple (Bhimsen tole)
Bhimsen Temple (Baglung bazar)
Bhimsensthan
Bihukot 
Buddha Chaitya
Bulbule 
Deuralisthan
Galkot 
Ganaune Bhudi Phutta Tal
Ganesh Temple
(Narayan Chowk)
Ganesh Temple (Baglung bazar)
Ganeshthan 
Hanumansthan
Jaspur Gadhi 
Jyamirghat
Laxminarayan Temple 
Majhkot
Nag Naginisthan 
Narayan Temple
Radha Krishna Temple
Rajkut Nrising Bhagawati Temple
Rudra Tal 
Saraswati Temple
Shiva Temple 
Shiva Temple and Mandap
Siganskot 
Thanthapkot
Upalla Chaur 
Uttar Ganga

http://nepalheritage.org.np/inventoryofheritage.htm#_Toc81987669


 
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traditional panchai baja(panchol) in marriage ceremony n reliogious procession

baglung bhagawati lai bhakal lada pani lanchan painchai baja



 
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Geography

The town also known as BaglungBazar is situated on a plateauoverlooking the KaliGandaki valley. It has been a quaint trading town since ancient times frequented by traders from north and south. More recently, it is visited by tourists seeking to trek to Annapurna,Dhaulagiri,Dhorpatanand Dolpo.Baglung is connected to BeniBazar of Myagdito the north and KusmaBazar of Parvat which are located 13 km to the north and 12 km to the south respectively. A well paved but winding highwayconnects the town with Pokhara,72 km to the east. Highways to connect Jomsom,Mustang,Tibetto the north, Rukumvia Burtibang and Dhorpatan to the west and Sera Bazar via airport (probably will see an extension to Palpa) to the south are under construction. Baglung airport, now defunct, is located 12 km to the south of the town.Baglung has experienced a rapid expansion after the completion of Pokhara-Baglung Highway in mid 90s.

Baglung Bazar with views of Mt. Dhaulagiri.

[edit]History

History of Baglung can be traced back to early 16th century. King Pratapi Nayayan of Galkot married the princess of Palpa. The king brought goddess kalialong with him as dowry. Legend follows, nobody was able to carry the sword of Kali. A youth from Kunwar chhetri family was finally able to carry the sword. He was given the honorary title of Khadka('khadga' meaning the sword). One night when the wedding proceesion reached where Baglung is present today, the king had a dream. In his dream goddess said she liked the place and wished to stay there. The king then built a temple in honor of goddess Kali and designated the Khadka as care taker. This was in the year 1590 B.S. (1533 A.D.). Significant population of Khadka Chhetris can be found in Baglung till date. The strategic location of Baglung soon helped it to grow into a trading town. King Pratapi Narayan also started the tradition of holding an annual fair during 'Chaitre Dashain'. The fair is still held annually and draws thousands of visitors every year during the two day event. Baglung remained to stay a major trading point in Parvat kingdom, where merchants from south came to trade for salt brought by Traders from Tibet. Major trade was carried along the KaliGandaki valley between India and Tibet by Thakali people. Newar merchants migrated to Baglung from Bhaktapur in 18th century. Baglung became part of Greater Nepal under unification war led by King Prithvi Narayan Shah. Under unified Nepal, several government offices were established and the town was designated as administrative headquarter of the region. Since then it has remained the most important political and economical town in the Dhaulagiri Zone

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baglung

 


 
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My Hometown! : )

Driving by the lakeshore, Havin' beers by the lake, longing for some peace of mind !!! what days they were! Memories set alive!

 
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panche baja

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Wow! Amazing pics! Feels like I'm already there. I simply love the mountains! Incredible
creation of God. Can't wait to go there again...real soon I hope. Thanks for sharing.
 



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