Farwest Nepal contains many predominantly Hindu holy sites and temples visited by the devout followers. Each temple is attached to a legend or belief that glorifies the miraculous powers of its deity. One of the legends tells us about seven sisters – seven temples. Each temple represents the Goddess Durga (Goddess of Power) in the different form of her reincarnation. It is believed that one can fulfill his/her wishes by visiting these seven sisters.
Moreover, Farwest Nepal has many other ancient small and big temples of other Hindu Gods and Goddesses. The temple of Siddababa (devoted to God Shiva) in Mahendranagar, Malikarjun temple in Darchula as well as the temple of Beheda baba in Kailali district are visited by thousands of devotees every year. Also, Farwest Nepal is a gateway to the holy Mount Kailash and the mythical Lake Manasarovar in Tibet.