• Amargadi Municipality
    Amargadi Municipality
  • Tahoon
    Tahoon
  • Siddhha Baba Temple
    Siddhha Baba Temple
  • Satyawati lake
    Satyawati lake
  • Ridi
    Ridi
  • Ranighat
    Ranighat
  • Ramdi
    Ramdi
  • Rambhapani
    Rambhapani
  • Prabhas/Parvas
    Prabhas/Parvas
  • Madi Valley
    Madi Valley

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  • Amargadi Municipality

    Amargadi Municipality

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  • Siddhha Baba Temple

    Siddhha Baba Temple

    Sidhha baba Temple is one of the famous temples in Palpa district. It lies just 1 km from the border of Palpa and Rupandehi districts in Siddhartha Highway on th bank of Tinau River.

  • Tahoon

    Tahoon

    Tahoon is an attractive village having natural surroundings of mountains, forests and farmlands. One can view the panoramic beauty of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Machhapuchhare Mountains from this VDC. Hatti Lekh, Rambha forest, Bakumgadhi, Rimbha lekh, and Kaaude lekh are other natural attractions within and around this VDC. Among the cultural attractions, Rambha Devi and Jalpa Devi temples hold the overriding position. Usually on full-moon days and other festivals a large crowd gather here to worship.

  • Satyawati lake

    Satyawati lake

    To the south of Tansen and across the beautiful fertile valley of Madi there stands a majestic looking hill protecting the valley from the heat of the south. This hill is called Kaude Lekh. In the Kaude Lake range, near Satyawati village there is a sacred lake called 'satyawati Tal' at a height of 1400 meters. The lake has a unique feature. It is believed that the prestigious lake takes its name from Godddess satyawati. The one night festival is held in the full moon night (as per lunar calendar) in Nepali month of Kartik (Oct/Nov) at Satyawati Lake, south of Tansen.

  • Ridi

    Ridi

    Ridi lies at the confluence of a mountain stream called Ridi Khola and the river Kali Gandaki. There are many historic temples. Most famous of them is the temple of Rishikesh built by the 1st Palpa King Mukund Sen. On Maghe Sankranti, the festival in mid January; thousands of people visit here from India and various parts of Nepal and take a holy bath in the Kali Gandaki River. A track of about 10 kilometer leads the travelers from Tansen to Ridi. A regular bus service is also available.

  • Ranighat

    Ranighat

    The then Commander in chief Khadga Shamsher, the governor of Palpa, had constructed a marvelous building on the bank of river Kaligandaki in the memory of his beloved queen Tej Kumari and established a holy place for pilgrims called Rani Ghat or Queen's confluence. The construction was started in 1950 A.D. and completed in 1954 A.D. There are altogether 25 rooms and 52 artistic windows in the building.

  • Ramdi

    Ramdi

    Situated on a bank of Kali Gandaki River Ramdi is regarded sacred for performing religious ceremonies and funeral rites. Ramdi is famous for cave temple also. People of surrounding villages offer milk to the cave, called Soongufa for the safety of their animals from wild animals.

  • Rambhapani

    Rambhapani

    Rambhapani lies in the eastern part of the district about 30 km from Tansen just above Tahoo Bazar. According to the Hindu religious leterature, Rambha is the name of a fairy of heaven and "Pani" means water. The place got its name from the perennial fontain which springs here. The fountain is surrounded by a dense forest. According to a legend, the fountain was the gift of God Rama, the hero of the great epic Ramayana. Ram Shot an arrow with his bow into the ground and the fountain emerged and quenched the thirst of his beloved wife, Sita. There is a temple of Goddess Rambha Devi. On Krishnasatami annual festival is held and people from different places visit here to worship the Goddess and vow to sacrifice animals and birds if their wishes are fulfilled.

  • Prabhas/Parvas

    Prabhas/Parvas

    Prabhas/Parvas is the name of mythological place described in the great epic, Mahabharata where Yadu Bamsa, a clan to which Lord Krishna belonged, was destroyed in internal conflict. It is situated about 6 km south of Tansen, at the foot of the Shrinagar Hill.

  • Madi Valley

    Madi Valley