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Heleshi (often referred to by its Tibetan name Maratika) is located in in Khotang district in east Nepal and is a popular pilgrimage site for adherants of Tibetan Buddhism.

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Haleshi is the name of the village nearest to the site of sacred caves where Padmasambhava and his consort undertook three months of ritual that resulted in them attaining a state beyond life and death. Consequently, the caves are associated with practices pertaining to longevity.

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pilgrimage site for adherants of Tibetan Buddhism.

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