Machhapuchhre Mountain

Machhapuchhre Mountain | November 2012

Mount Machhapuchhre is incomparable, thanks to its fish-tailed pinnacle. This features makes it one of the most renowned mountains in Nepal Himalayan range. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the snow-blanketed, needle-pointed mountain is a visual feast, to be least said. Mafestically protruding out in the skyline, the view of the mountain provides wings to the thoughts of the poets. Climbing on the mountain has been restricted, for it is considered sacred by the locals. Machhapuchhre mountain is known not only in Nepal but all over the world for its magnificence. Machhapuchhre’ means fishtail and comes from two Nepali words Machha (Fish) + Puchhre (Tail).


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