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Pathivara Temple is a popular Hindu temple located in the Taplejung district of Nepal. It is situated on the hilltop of Pathivara Hill, which is at an altitude of 3,794 meters above sea level. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Pathivara, who is considered to be one of the manifestations of Goddess Kali.
The temple is regarded as one of the most sacred places of worship for Hindus in Nepal, and it is a popular pilgrimage site for both Nepali and Indian Hindus. Devotees believe that offering prayers at the temple will fulfill their wishes and grant them blessings.
To reach the Pathivara Temple, visitors have to trek for several hours from Taplejung bazaar. The trek is considered to be quite challenging, but it is also scenic, with beautiful views of the Himalayas, lush forests, and traditional villages.
The best time to visit the temple is during the festival of Dashain, which is celebrated in September or October. During this time, the temple attracts thousands of devotees who come to offer prayers and seek the blessings of the goddess.