Devghat is located at a distance of about northeast of Narayangarh. It falls at the border of the three districts of Tanahu, Chitwan and Nawalparasi. Devaghat is the confluence of three main holy rivers: Kali Gandaki, Seti Gandaki and Trishuli. Hindus consider the point where the rivers sacred and that is why Devghat finds prominence as a pilgrimage site by the Hindus. On the first day of the Nepali month of Magh (in mid-January), thousands of pilgrims flock to Devghat from around Nepal and India to immerse themselves in the river to celebrate the Hindu festival of Magh Sankranti, which marks the end of the dark months of winter. Devghat has various temples and caves.