All Other Destinations and Attractions in Nepal
Chobar - Adinath Lokeshwar Mandir
Adinath Lokeshwar is revered by Buddhists as a form of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara and by Hindus as Surya the Sun God. His temple in Chobar stands at the highest point of the village on a site already in use in Licchavi times (some small votive stupas still survive). The temple once possessed a figure of Matsyendranath, but it was stolen by Bhopas and taken to Kerang. The shikhara-style shrine in front of the temple has a Shiva lingam and is also said to be the entrance to a cave leading through the mountain to the Chobar Gorge. The three-storied pagoda, situated on the west side of the monastery courtyard and built originally in the 15th c., was rebuilt in 1640.The façade is festooned with pots, pans and water jugs hung there by young couples seeking to ensure a happy marriage. So many are wed that the utensils have to be taken down every ten years to make way for fresh ones. The old ones are buried; hopefully marital bliss is not buried too.
Mid West Nepal
Just west of the West Nepal region is the Mid West Napel region. The principal town in this area is Birendranagar.
Far West Nepal
The Far West region, as the name implies, is the western most district of Nepal. The main center in this area is the town of Dipayal.