Kalinchowk is familiar name among Nepalese community as Hindu visits this holistic place for spiritual satisfaction. Kalinchowk Bhagwati Temple is a Hindu shrine at Kuri village in Dolkha District of Nepal. This place lies 132 km far from Kathmandu. Similarly, it lies at the altitude of 3800m from sea level. Kalinchowk is a part of Gaurishankar Conservation Area from where Sunkoshi and Tamakoshi River originates. Kalinchowk Bhagwati is popular among Hindu and Buddhist community. Most of the people visit this place in winter season and it is the best nearby place from Kathmandu to enjoy snowfall. Kalinchowk Bhagawati temple is at 3780m height. This temple is named after the Hindu Goddess Kali.
The main attraction of Kalinchowk is Kalinchowk Bhagwati temple for Hindus. For nature lovers and adventure seekers, hiking and Kalinchowk trekking is enjoyable and also offers magnificent view of Langtang Himal, Ganesh Himal, Shisha Pangma, Dorje Lakpa,Jugal Himal ,Gauri Shankar,etc. The Kalinchowk trek starts from Charikot of Dolakha District. Basically both Kalinchowk and Dolkha have something to offer to both religious pilgrims and nature lovers. Another attraction of the area is Dolakha district which is the house of Dolakha Bhimsen temple which is also largely popular Hindu shrine. The Kalinchowk and Dolakha district also welcomes the visitors with its diverse culture with the residency of Brahmins, Tamangs and Sherpas.
Kalinchowk Bhagwati Temple is a Hindu shrine at Kuri village in Dolkha District of Nepal. It is situated in Kalinchowk VDC in Dolkha at the altitude of 3,842m from sea-level. It’s a part of Gaurishankar Conservation Area from where two rivers SunKosi and Tama Kosi River are originated. It is famous for for Temple, panorama views of Mountains and snowing activities. Most of the people visit this place in winter season and it is the best nearby place from Kathmandu to enjoy snowfall.