Chhabdi Barahi Temple, located in the Tanahun district of western Nepal is a holy temple of both Hindus and Buddhist religions. Chhabdi Barahi is considered a fish-headed Goddess which is known about two hundred years ago. According to a legend, it is believed that the place before the existence of the temple was known as a fishing point. Locals of that place used to go fishing at this site and one day suddenly an arrow to fish was mistakenly stuck in the rock and blood appeared on it. After that incident, fishing was stopped at this site and A small shrine was constructed in the name of the fish-headed Goddess. The most common thing about this temple is Animal Sacrifice in the name of God. Different species of animals are sacrificed to get blessings from the Goddess. Near the entrance of the temple, you can find all the materials available for the Puja (Offerings). One can also enjoy the scene of the waterfall just on the backside of the temple. The temple is also famous as a picnic spot among the young generation. We would recommend you to visit this religious temple and take blessings from the goddess if you are near the Tanahun district of Nepal.