Lumbini Sightseeing Tour

Buddhism is philosophy, it has still very young personality and spearding all over the World. Day by day people both either religious or other are very impresive.Therefore it is very important to know everyone what it is.

At the age of eighty, the Buddha achieved his final passing away (parinirvana ) and died, leaving a thriving monastic order and a dedicated lay community to continue his work. By the third century B.C., the still-young religion based on the Buddha's teachings was being spread throughout South Asia through the agency of the Mauryan Empire (ca. 326-184 B.C.; see The Mauryan Empire, ch. 1). By the seventh century A.D., having spread throughout East Asia and Southeast Asia, Buddhism probably had the largest religious following in the world.

Siddhartha Gautam was borned in Lumbini. He was the son of great King Sudhodhan and Queen Maya Devi. His father was the King of Kapilwastu and he had married with Maya Devi form the state of Ram Gram. They were from the shakya dynasty. Lumbani is located in the districts of Rupendehi and Ram Gram is located in the district of Nawalparasi. In the ancient period of more than 2,000 year ago, these places were neither situated in Nepal nor in India. They were separate state. After the treaty of sugauli, They were joined in Nepal.

One day while Maya Devi was going to her Home palace, she got pregnant and gave the life of Siddhartha on the way in the colorful garden of Lumbini beneath a Sal tree. During the celebrations of the birth day of Siddhartha, the hermit seer (bhavisyabadi) Asita journeyed form his mountain and announced that the child would either become a great king (Chakravarti) or a great holy man. It is said that Siddartha had 32 types of human symptoms while he was borned.During that time king Suddhokhan was 54 years old. After the birth of Siddhartha Gautam, Astrologers (Jyotisihare) also announced the same. King Suddhodna held a naming ceremony on the fifth day, and invited eight Brahmin scholars to read the future of Siddartha. All announced the same prediction (duture) that the baby would either become a great king or great holy man. Only a youngest and later astrologer named Kaundinya was one who unequivocally (clearly) predicated that Siddhartha would become a Buddha. The king got very disturbance from that oracle and he did strictly stop to go out side from the palace to Prince Siddhartha. When prince Siddhartha got 16 years old his father did marriage to him with Yashodhara. Siddhartha was banded to out form the palace up to 29 years. One day he unfortunately (saubhagyale) went to our side from the palace during the festival time and he saw in their field (1) An old man (2) One diseased man (3) One hermit (4) One dead body. From these sadly views, he got serious trouble and raised many question in his heart as why people get these sorrowful things? Why people get old? Why people are diseased? He thought himself I am also man; I shall be getting same things. He started to think about the ideas to released he was in sorrowful . He was wondering all the time. At the same time, her wife yashodhar gave the birth of his son. Actually Siddhartha Gautam didn’t want to marriage in his life. So he gave the name of his son RAHU, which means Bad Man. Siddhartha’s mother Maya Devi had died when Siddhartha was in only 7 days. His father had sorrarate , marriage after the death of is eldest queen. While Siddhartha saw four things in the opened world then he never feel peace. So he went to out side to research the knowledge to release form this materialistic world leaving the Royal Palace.

Lumbini-- Drive from Kathmandu 7 to 8 Hours , By Flight to Bhairawa 45 minutes , We can design this package tour many difference way 5Nights /6 days and A complete Buddism Pilgrimagae tour( 9 nights 10 Days)
Birth place of Lord buddha situated western part of Kthmandu

Sarnath
10 Kms from Varanasi, Sarnath is the ancient city where the Buddha preached his first sermon. The spot is today marked by the majestic Dhamek Stupa. The nearby Choukhandi Stupa is said to mark the place where the Buddha met his five disciples.

Rajgir
Tradition holds that it was at Rajgir that the Buddha set in motion his second Wheel of Law. And for three months, during the rains every year, preached his sermons at Gridhakuta of Vulture Peak. The site is today marked by the imposing Shanti Stupa (Peace Pagoda) built by the Buddha Sangha of Japan. 

Nalanda
10 Kms from Rajgir, its sprawling excavations tell the story of a once flourishing Buddhist University & Monastery. Established in the fifth century B.C, it consisted of 300 apartments and eight monastic buildings. Some as many as 6 storeys high

Bodhgaya
Nestling on the banks of river Phalgu, the holy city of Bodhgary is dominated by the elegant spire of the Mahabodhi Temple. At the rear of the temple is the cynosure of every Buddhist pilgrim, the Bodhi Tree- an offspring of the original tree where the Buddha attained enlightenment. The Animesh Lochana Temple marks the spot where the Buddha stood and gazed upon the Bodhi Tree in gratitude....

Sanchi
The massive stupa at Sanchi with its intricately carved toranas is noted to be the most complete example of the early Buddhist stupa in its extant form. The gateways are an example of both architecture and sculpture. The Jataka stories about Buddha's earlier incarnations form the main subject matter in the sculpted architraves....

Dharamsala
Upper Dharamsala or Mcleodganj is in Kangra district of Himanchal Pradesh. This hill station with its magnificent view of the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas is the seat of his holiness, the XIVth Dalai Lama's temple , Namgyal monastery....

Amravati
Amravati , the ancient Dhanyakataka , is about 38 kms from Vijayawada,and can also be reached via Guntur,35 kms away. An emissary of Emperor Ashoka, who went to propagate Buddhism in the region, laid the foundation of the great stupa at Amravati.....

Leh
Situated at an altitude of 3500 metres, Leh is the headquarters of the Ladhak district and is surrounded by snow covered himalayas. The famous Buddhist Gompas (monasteries ) are perched in this mountainous region. Hemis, the largest of these Gompas , founded in the 17th Century, has an excellent library and is famous for housing the largest tangkha in India. Visitors flock here during the annual festival in the months of June -July

Sarnath
10 Kms from Varanasi, Sarnath is the ancient city where the Buddha preached his first sermon. The spot is today marked by the majestic Dhamek Stupa. The nearby Choukhandi Stupa is said to mark the place where the Buddha met his five disciples......

Rajgir
Tradition holds that it was at Rajgir that the Buddha set in motion his second Wheel of Law. And for three months, during the rains every year, preached his sermons at Gridhakuta of Vulture Peak. The site is today marked by the imposing Shanti Stupa (Peace Pagoda) built by the Buddha Sangha of Japan. 

Nalanda
10 Kms from Rajgir, its sprawling excavations tell the story of a once flourishing Buddhist University & Monastery. Established in the fifth century B.C, it consisted of 300 apartments and eight monastic buildings. Some as many as 6 storeys high. 

Bodhgaya
Nestling on the banks of river Phalgu, the holy city of Bodhgary is dominated by the elegant spire of the Mahabodhi Temple. At the rear of the temple is the cynosure of every Buddhist pilgrim, the Bodhi Tree- an offspring of the original tree where the Buddha attained enlightenment. The Animesh Lochana Temple marks the spot where the Buddha stood and gazed upon the Bodhi Tree in gratitude....

Sanchi
The massive stupa at Sanchi with its intricately carved toranas is noted to be the most complete example of the early Buddhist stupa in its extant form. The gateways are an example of both architecture and sculpture. The Jataka stories about Buddha's earlier incarnations form the main subject matter in the sculpted architraves....

Dharamsala
Upper Dharamsala or Mcleodganj is in Kangra district of Himanchal Pradesh. This hill station with its magnificent view of the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas is the seat of his holiness, the XIVth Dalai Lama's temple , Namgyal monastery....

Amravati
Amravati , the ancient Dhanyakataka , is about 38 kms from Vijayawada,and can also be reached via Guntur,35 kms away. An emissary of Emperor Ashoka, who went to propagate Buddhism in the region, laid the foundation of the great stupa at Amravati.....

Leh
Situated at an altitude of 3500 metres, Leh is the headquarters of the Ladhak district and is surrounded by snow covered himalayas. The famous Buddhist Gompas (monasteries ) are perched in this mountainous region. Hemis, the largest of these Gompas , founded in the 17th Century, has an excellent library and is famous for housing the largest tangkha in India. Visitors flock here during the annual festival in the months of June -July.

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