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Lumbini…where Siddhartha paved his path to enlightenment, Buddhist nations from all across the globe have painted the empty marshland with stupas, monasteries and temples, people assemble for a peaceful meditation, a new international airport (under construction) aims to welcome more tourists, travelling is done on bicycles, contemplation is individual or in groups, and where history is an overwhelming sensation.
Lumbini proves Nepal is not just mountains, lakes and exquisite sceneries. Lumbini adds knowledge, history and meaning to the already picturesque Nepal.
Though a deserted marshland in the past, Lumbini has been renovated and has resurfaced as one of the most important cultural sites of historic importance after archeologists excavated remains and monuments from the past. There are an abundance of stupas and monasteries but the archeological remains of Gautam Buddha’s birth remains as the central feature.
Lumbini’s highlights include and are not limited to ancient ruins of Buddhist monasteries, a sacred Bo tree, a sacred bathing pool, where Maya Devi was believed to have taken a bath before giving birth to Gautam Buddha, Maya Devi temple, a sacred garden spread over 8 Sq km, Ashoka pillar to name a few. There is so much to do here – walk the very lands trudged by Gautam Buddha himself, experience Buddhist culture from the very place it originated, contemplate to find nirvana on the very sites Gautam Buddha enlightened himself and enjoy a spiritually satisfying experience.
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