DAMAULI, Jan 15: More than 300,000 devotees visited Devghat, a religious site at the confluence of the Trishuli and Kaligandaki rivers on the occasion of the Maghe Sankranti festival on Thursday. They took holy dips in the river.
CHITWAN, May 16: Efforts to develop Devghat into a well-managed religious tourism destination has not come into implementation even though it has already been a decades since the master plan was prepared.
CHITWAN, Feb 6: Devghat, the famous pilgrimage site, will have an electric crematorium soon. Started on the initiatives of the Devghat Area Development Committee (DADC), a detail study of the project has been completed by the Ministry of Urban Development, said the DADC Chairperson Tanka Nath Poudel.
CHITWAN, Oct 23: Bodies of siblings Chandraman Shrestha and Raj Kumar Shrestha from Butwal Sub metropolis-15, Rupandehi who had gone missing in course of taking bath at Devghatdham, the confluence of Narayani and Kaligandaki rivers last Thursday, have been retrieved.