Goyko Lakes Headwater of Koshi River Named for Kush Temple of Vishnu & Shiva Who Wore Nag Devata Around Neck


Where the mighty Koshi (Kush) river begins its flow eastward along the north side of the Himalayas then south to the Ganges, at the Gokyo lakes in Nepal at an elevation of 16,000 feet, is a temple for Vishnu (Fish Noah) and Shiva (Seba a son of Kush), Shiva who is said to have worn the Nag Devata around his neck, a snake or a necklace of one. The Sanskrit word for city is Nagara, cities of the serpent.