About Baraha Chhetra
One of the best Hindu journeys in Nepal, Baraha Chhetra is where Lord Bishnu's symbol, Barah-a pig incarnation battled with the evil spirit called Hiranakshya and executed him. The sanctum is devoted to the resurrection, Barah and the pictures of the hog are spread perfectly all through the sanctuary. It is just a hour's head out from the important town of Biratnagar in Eastern Nepal.
The sanctuary is situated at the conjunction of might Saptakoshi and Koka Rivers. The peaceful and lovely surroundings of the sanctuary are its real feature. They will animate you with a huge amount of vitality. There is an extension that interfaces the sanctuary to the mountain. A walk around this scaffold is a magnificent measure of viewing the intersection of waterways. A standout amongst the most appealing things here Is that every one of the 7 Koshi Rivers get together to frame the holiest Sapta Koshi River.