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Temples and Churches in Takukot

The three main religions in Takukot are:

They live together peacefully and support each other.

(Source: Rajan Shrestha)

Ward 1: Maikot - 1 temple

Mai Bhagavati Mandir and Bhimsen Sthan

Mai Bhagavati Temple (temple of Goddess Mai: The Mother). In the name Maikot, 'kot' means 'home'. 'Maikot' therefore means 'the home of Goddess Mai'. She represents the female principle of the Divine.

Mai Bhagawati and Bhimsen Sthan (mandir)

sthan = mandir?

Ward 2: Bhaledunga: 1 mandir

Bhale Dhunga Mandir

dhunga = stone
bhale = ?
Please tell me more about Bhale Dhunga.

Ward 3: Dadathok: 2 mandirs

Jaldevi Mandir

Jaldevi = Goddess of water (like Ganga Devi)
jal = water
devi = goddess

Champawoti Mandir

Please tell me about Champawoti.
Does have anything to do with Nag-champa (flower and scent of agarbati?)

Ward 4: Palkhu: 2 mandirs

Bhimsen Mandir

Tulsa Maata Mandir

This refers to the Holy Plant Tulsiji?

Are these two mandirs, or one mandir dedicated to both Bhimsen and to Tulsiji?

Ward 5: Bhanjang

Bhawani and Ganesh Mandir
Are these one mandir or two mandirs?

Ward 6: Bhahakot: 2 mandirs

Narayanthan Mandir

Narayanthan =
Narayan: a name of Lord Vishnu
than =

nthan = nathan ?

Akala Mandir

Akala = a goddess (related to Kali Devi?)
Please tell me more about her.

Ward 7: Mohoriya : no mandir

Ward 8: Dandagaon: no mandir

Ward 9: Bhalu Swara

In November a large festival (mela) called 'Kartik Ekadasi' takes place there.

Ekadashi is the 11th day of each half of the lunar month.

Kartikeya is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati Devi.