Devghat is a one of the famous religious and cultural centers in central Nepal.The devghat temple is located at the junction of the Seti Gandaki and rivers, and is one of the holiest places in Hindus mythology as well as a holy place for Hindu gods. Lying 7 kilometres from Sauraha ,20 kilometers of central Bazar of Narayanghat and 150 kilometres southwest of the capital Kathmandu.
Similarly, Devghat is a town and village development committee in Tanahu District in the Gandaki Zone of central Nepal.The beauty of Devghat is unique in its lay, deep wide ravines are looked upon from the high grounds of Devghat village reached by an expansive clickatee-clank suspension bridge, reminiscent of India’s Rishikesh. Here every second building is a temple or ashram.
Furthermore, the best time to visit Devghat is during the festival of Makar Sankranti, when the Sun begins regaining its power—beckoning spring’s dawn. Worshippers number into thousands, bathing and visiting countless temples.Trekking route is under construction which will connect Devghat with other holy shrines and important tourist destinations around this area. This trekking route is being developed to enhance the religious, healthy and fraternal living among the citizens around this area and also tourists.
Buses shuttle between Narayanghat and Devghat, taking about half an hour, but the one hour walk along the footpath parrallel to the river through the woods is more pleasant