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A place full of natural beauty and even a place of worship is fragrant with gold.

Solukhumbu is known to the world as a beautiful district in itself. There are innumerable mountain ranges and lakes and it is rich in many castes, languages, religions and cultures.

Moreover, Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, who have climbed the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, have introduced the district to the world.

Dudhkund is a place of natural and religious importance that should not be missed.

According to the plan to reach Dudhkund on the first Monday of July, the journey started from Salleri of Solukhumbu on Saturday. From Kathmandu, you have to reach Salleri from Siddhicharan Highway via Khurkot of BP Highway. After landing at Phaplu Airport, the journey to Dudhkund can be started.

As the track of the dirt road from Salleri to Ringmu was opened to the north, Bolero vehicle was going there. For those who like to walk, it takes about 4-5 hours to reach the ring from Phaplu, Chiwang.

After a 2-3 hour walk from Ringmu, you reach Sarkaripati.

Some people have a problem with leaking while walking. Some get sick. Therefore, it is better to carry the medicine, warm clothes, water bottle, stick and dry foods you need.

After a three-hour uphill journey from Sarkaripati, we reached Kamidanda at an altitude of 3860 meters. After walking uphill and horizontally from Kamidanda, we came to Sahasrabeni through Jongle Khola and Gamtang and settled down.

While walking along the road, there are high mountains, beautiful waterfalls, flowers of different species, animals, birds, sweet smell of golden leaves, milk of Chaurigai and some sweet experiences of Churfi worth remembering.

At 5 o’clock in the morning, after a steep uphill journey of about 3 hours from Sahasrabeni, we reached Dudhkund.

Dudhkund Solukhumbu’s Soludhudhkund Municipality Ward no. The huge Numbur located at 1 is in the lap of the mountains. It is 4632 meters above sea level.

In addition to this lake, there are 10 small lakes including Gangajmuna Lake, Bhut Pokhari Lake, Ankhepokhari Lake and Mahakunda Lake.

Considered a heritage of Hindu, Kiranti and Buddhist faiths, this lake is very important from a religious point of view. The unique gift of nature and the heritage of faith, Solu’s Dudhkund is famous as a center of religious tolerance.

The tank is believed to have been discovered by a herdsman during the rainy season about a century ago. There is a legend that after Chaurigai extracted milk from its udder for a long time, it became a tank full of milk.

According to the Buddhists, it is believed that Manjushri, who came from China in ancient times, cut off some part of the water in the Kathmandu Valley and sent it out. He brought the remaining water here and hid it.

Similarly, various religious leaders in Tibet and Nepal used to consider this place as a place of sacred religious faith and perform penance. Buddhists have been worshiping Buddha here every year.

Similarly, it is believed that the poison called Kalkutha originated when the ocean was churned between the deities and the demons to obtain nectar, and when the whole world was about to end, Lord Shiva drank the poison and drank the water mixed with the herbs of Dudhkund.

Looking at the Numbur and Karelung Himal and Dudhkund lakes, which reflect the Chandrachal and Dornachal mountains mentioned in the mythology and the basin below them, it can be said that Samundra Manthan took place at this place.

Similarly, when Lord Rama’s younger brother Laxman Lanka was on his deathbed during the war, the sage asked Hanuman to bring three herbs: Sanjivani Buti, Sambandhini Buti and Bishalya Buti. These plants are found around Shir Kund and Shir Kund is said to be under Chandrachal which looks like the moon and Dronachal which looks like Kailash. Which is now known as Numbur and Karelung Himal.

Similarly, the open field of Khaling Rai is considered to be open. It is believed that Maje and Dikpe, two sons of Baje Khuluhyang, reached Dudhkund through Dikpe Solu river and chose a place to stay.

In the Mundhum Maran ritual, after death, the dead soul is shown the way from the open to the milk tank through Phuleli, and it is believed that the soul finds peace by going there and worshiping.

While visiting the milk tank, there is a belief that sinful deeds will be destroyed, if water from the tank is brought and sprinkled on the house and family members, happiness, peace and wealth will be obtained, and childless couples will have children.

After observing the milk tank, we returned to Salleri on the same day. There were landslides on the way. It was a bit uncomfortable to walk because of the narrow road in some places.

Problems of eating and living, lack of drinking water, lack of bridges in small creeks, lack of toilets around the cisterns, and lack of proper arrangements for waste management are the main problems of Dudhkund travel.

Today’s need is to develop this region physically keeping in view the convenience and convenience of local and foreign tourists. Organizations like Dudhkund Community Forest, Red Cross Society and other bodies are working for the protection, promotion and publicity of this area. The state needs to play an additional role for the development of this sector.

By the time Salleri arrived, Jiu had melted a lot. The legs were sore. The shoulders carrying the bags were squeaking. Even though I was very tired, there was a kind of enthusiasm. Probably a trip to Solu’s milk tank. Solu’s milk tank is really a place to visit once.

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