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Monday, November 28, 2011

Seto Gumba (Druk Amitabh Mountain)- The white monastery of Nepal

Located in the midst of vivid terrain and lush GREEN valley Seto Gumba (Druk Amitabh Mountain) or white monastery is a heaven to witness the sunrise and sunset. Just located in the outskirts of the valley Seto Gumba is a panoramic kaleidoscope of colors and rich culture that showcases the valley in the most spectacular way. Looking at it from a traveler’s point of view Seto Gumba is bliss of astounding natural rejuvenation that searches excitement as well as calmness. Endorsed with a rich Tibetan culture and architecture, it splurges vivid colors in the murals, statue and paintings professing Buddhism and its techniques. One can get nostalgic in the presence of finding and seeing the explicit environment that melds you in its presence. Winds shouting out loud the music of scenic views and panoramic existence makes you think of what life and you will lose time in absence. Once you get here you will be abided by the smell, sounds and prayer flags that spread around the message of peace, patience, and calmness. The more interesting are the visuals that overlook the valley in a synchronizing way of contouring the old cultural heritage with the increasing encroachment of the concrete jungle.

The abstraction of the valley can be well judged from there that looks colorful, glossy and glamorous. Regarding food and beverages, the white monastery has a

well facilitated and clean restaurant that serves decent food items with a catered service. Low priced and healthy, one can really enjoy the taste and price to the optimum level. With a minimum of NRS 40 as a registration fee Seto Gumba is worth spending time. At times when the weather is clear and if luck is on your side you can even see the mountain range smiling telling you the epic stories. For directions you can take any bus to Sita Paila which is readily available from any place in the valley. Once you get within minutes you can see the edifice stalling tall in a small hill.

14 comments:

  1. I would like to contact this white stupa in Sitapaila, anyone please can help to by providing contact numbers? That will be highly appreciated.
    Prakash simkhada
    info@etreksnepal.com

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  2. For more images go here : http://enwil.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/trip-to-new-gumba-currently-under-construction/

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  3. how am i supposed to go seto gumba from baneshwor?

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  4. dhoka bata gaadi chadhera jaane ni! yeso gare kaso hola! :p

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  5. GET HOTELS,RESTAURANTS,GUEST HOUSE N MORE AT
    http://www.namastebhaktapur.com

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  6. One of the most Majestic place in Nepal. I would like to thanks the admin for the post that provides some insight of the place. It provides and ultimate sense for visiting place in person and feel it on the spot.
    Tourists and guests who likes to have a home-stay with a Nepali Host family then please mail me at mail2chandanshrestha@gmail.com
    (Chandan Shrestha)

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  7. One of the most Majestic place in Nepal. I would like to thanks the admin for the post that provides some insight of the place. It provides and ultimate sense for visiting place in person and feel it on the spot.
    Tourists and guests who likes to have a home-stay with a Nepali Host family then please mail me at mail2chandanshrestha@gmail.com
    (Chandan Shrestha)

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  8. One of the most Majestic place in Nepal. I would like to thanks the admin for the post that provides some insight of the place. It provides and ultimate sense for visiting place in person and feel it on the spot.
    Tourists and guests who likes to have a home-stay with a Nepali Host family then please mail me at mail2chandanshrestha@gmail.com
    (Chandan Shrestha)

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  10. Awesome! Very Nice collection. I like your blog

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