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File:Gosainkunda Lake.jpg


Description Lake beside Gosainkunda_Lake, Langtang, Nepal
Date October 2007
Source Own work
Author Yosarian

Actually it is a Bhairav Kunda

I agree with the top comment. The lake that you can see a little bit of on the left is Gosaikunda. The lake that's the main focus of the picture is Bhairav Kunda. There's a superstition that goes with the lake that you shouldn't look at it before you pay homage to lake Gosaikunda.


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