Time Required : 3-4 hours
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Jaleswar is a small municipality in Nepal, named after the holy temple of Jaleshwarnath Mahadev, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The small-town borders India with Bihar. During the months of Shravan that is July and August, devotees from all over the world flock here to pay their respects to the Lord and his Consort, Parvati. From historical sites and cultural attractions to parks and beaches, the city has something to offer to all its visitors.
Since Jaleshwar revolves only around the Jaleshwarnath Temple, the transport facilities withing the temple are also quite functional and comprehensive. Visiting the temple is a hassle-free experience as the buses also go to big cities like Kathmandu and Birgunj and connect to the main Janakpur city regularly. There are also many small eateries in the town and vegetarian restaurants are a majority in this little temple town.