Dharamshala in Muktinath

Dharamshala in Muktinath

Posted Jun 22nd, 2010 under Company News, Tourism News,

A dharamshala (shelter or rest house for travellers, usually pilgrims) has been built in Muktinath in Mustang district under the India-Nepal Economic Cooperation Programme. Indian Ambassador to Nepal Rakesh Sood inaugerated the new dharamshala on 20th June,2010. Managed by the District Development Committee, Mustang the dharamshala has a capacity of 44 beds with separate space for reception, meditation room, kitchen, cafeteria, dining hall and a guard-house.The management hopes to provide good quality and affordable accommodation for pilgrims and tourists.

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