Mahaprabhu Dham is a famous religious sites on the top of Arba vijaya hill. This location is about 4.6 km from the Buddha Gumba towards the east and stands at 1085 m. The place is geographically located north east of Pokhara valley. In the south, it is surrounded by the Vijaypur river, while khaunkhola is in west. North of Arba is Mauja village. Arba consists of famous religious places such as Mahaprabhudham, Manideep, Ganesh temple etc. Majority of the religious pilgrims visit Mahaprabhudham during Bala Chaturdashi for scattering Shatbij. This day is considered as a very important day for the salvation journey of the deceased members of family and society.

We can see Agnikunda, Shalikgram and pokhari around the area of Mahaprabhudham. The area is enhanced by the blossoming rhododendrons that surround it. Mahaprabhu cave is also the attraction point in the northeast side of the area.   In addition, Manideep temple is dedicated to the Bhagwati Kali. This temple is crowded during Navaratri. The Himalayan range (Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre), green mountains, divine landscape, and perfectly gorgeous sunrise can all be seen from this vantage point. Visitors may ride uphill on the off road by crossing the Vijaypur Khola and about 5 km from Kahun Khola towards the east and to reach on the top of small hill Chittepani and Kalika Bazar. Good view of Annapurna Mountain range and Madi river corridor can be observed towards north as bird eyes view.

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