Shashwat Dham is a Hindu religious site in the Nawalpur district in Devchuli on the East-West Highway. Shashwat is a popular tourist destination and a Hindu holy place.
It is also known by another name CG Temple.
|Name In Nepali
|Devachuli, Nawalpur District
This religious site Shashwat Dham has a Vedic Karmakanda Gurkul and a temple of Lord Shiva. It was built by the Chaudhary Group, Nepal’s Largest and Richest Company. This temple is situated on 12 acres of land.
How can you reach CG Temple? Updated 2024
To visit Shashwat Dham, known as CG Temple, you should travel around 22 km from Narayanagarh in the Chitwan District, across the Narayani River, located on the East-West Highway at Devchuli.
The first temple, Ekambareshwor, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is designed in the architectural style of Khajuraho.
Also, there is a pond that holds the water of several religious sites from the Indian subcontinent, including Badrinath, Kedarnath, Muktinath, and Pashupatinath surrounding the temple.
Beginning of Religious Site: Shashwat Dham (CG Temple)
President Bidhya Devi Bhandari officially inaugurated the Shashwat (CG Temple) on March 7, 2017, where Kamal Thapa, Bikram Pandey, Indian religious leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, and Sri Lankan Minister Dayaa Gamagae were also present at the program.
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