Palpa is a historical place situated in the Lumbini zone, named for the birthplace of Gautama Buddha. Palpa’s high hills command an impressive view of Nepal in all directions with the great Madi valley within the west and the Kali Gandaki river on its northern border. Palpa is formed upon 65 VDC areas and a municipality and a population of around 261,180. The district, with Tansen as its headquarters, covers a section of 1,373 km². It’s located on the southern slope of the Mahabharat range, and therefore the Himalayas. The main religion of the individuals of Palpa is Hinduism followed by Buddhism. There also are Muslims and Christians in tiny communities. Tansen was the capital of the Palpa kingdom dominated by the sen dynasty before Nepal was united.
Tansen Bazaar: See here Rana buildings, Newari homes, graven windows, and pagoda-style temples, conjointly meet folks at shopping in one amongst the very best and busiest bazaars in Nepal.
Palpa Ranighat: Visit the traditional building (Durbar) set on an enormous rock bed at the bank of the Kali Gandaki river for viewing palace garden, stone walls, and a small shrine. This palace was built in 1892 by Governor Khadka Shamser in memory of his spouse Tej Kumari and is commonly known as the Taj Mahal of Nepal.
Tansen Durbar: In the center of the city lies a 64 room Palace, an illustration of arts and crafts of the traditional Palpa. On the saddest morning of 31st of January 2006, Nepal’s Maoist Rebels launched attacks in Tansen for no reasons. They fought with native authorities and bombarded several ancient buildings as well as the Palace that had housed government offices. Several historical buildings, as well as the Tansen palace, was destroyed. Tansen Palace encompasses a smart reputation and recognition. In fact, it’s importance falls right after the Singha durbar of Capital. The Tansen Palace is that the heart of Palpa, attracting International likewise as Domestic tourists to this stunning hill. several buildings which were destroyed by the Maoists are within the process of Historic re-construction, and without a doubt, Nepali Maoists will live forever with sorrows in their hearts for making an attempt to destroy a district of the beauty and history of Nepal.
Tanahu: Tanahu is a stunning hill city, which is found only about 32 kilometers southeast of Tansen, liked by a road. It’s a favorite nearby destination of Tansen town. Tanahu offers lovely natural forests, farmlands, and views of the mountains and valleys. One can get pleasure from here, the Rambha forest, Rimbha lekh, and Kaaude and Hatti lake.
Bhairabsthan: A simple trekking of 6 miles from Tansen, brings you to a stunning spot, the Bhairabsthan temple. From here you’ll be able to view the mountain chain as well as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Machhapuchhare and witness cultural attractions. The temple encompasses a giant Trishul, and it receives a large range of tourists each Saturday and Tuesday. Individuals sacrifice animals and provide grains, and fruits to please the Hindu God Bhairab, whose figure is believed to be unbrokenly hidden under the floor of the temple and therefore the figure is the clone of the Kal Bhairab status of Kathmandu, situated at Durbar square. Kal Bhairab is the Nepalese God of Destruction. Temples dedicated to him are situated in several parts of Nepal.