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In Pics: Mountain scenery from Kakani

Kakani in Nuwakot district has become a preferred recreational destination for rejoicers from around Kathmandu after the two days of rainfall cleared the sky and atmosphere became pristine, giving visitors a clear glimpse of snow-clad alpine mountains.
Published at : March 1, 2019
Updated at : May 23, 2019 12:39

Kakani in Nuwakot district has become a preferred recreational destination for rejoicers from around the Kathmandu Valley after the two days of rainfall cleared the sky and atmosphere became pristine, giving visitors a clear glimpse of snow-clad alpine mountains.

As the rain settled the dust particles, the craggy surfaces of Dorjelakpa, Langtang, Ganesh, Manaslu, Annapurna, Rahuchuli, among dozen other mountain ranges became distinctly visible.

Dozens of hotels in Kakani, located at a distance of 23 kilometers northwest of Kathmandu, are jam-packed as the numbers of visitors have increased exponentially to play with the snow and to observe the majestic scenery on Friday.

Here are some photographs of the scenic spot captured by the Post’s Nuwakot correspondent Krishna Thapa.





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