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    Sagun ThapaJan 21st 2024

    Welcome to the Buddhist Tour in Nepal. To quench your thirst for the spiritual journey, there are numerous places widely renowned for their spiritual significance and culturally thrilling in Nepal, from the birthplace of Lord Buddha to the hidden caves and monasteries. 

    Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, who became a brand ambassador of peace and prosperity. He left behind all the amenities of the Royal family in Lumbini and got enlightened. Some of the most popular Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in Nepal include Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa, Asura Cave and Yanglesho Cave of Pharping, Maratika Cave of Khotang, Yarinak Cave, Lumbini, and furthermore. 

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    The Swayambhunath Stupa

    Swayambhunath is a self-emerged monumental site. It is located at the top of the hill in Kathmandu. It is a Unesco-listed World Heritage Site and a famous Buddhist pilgrimage destination. Swayambhunath is a mixed form of Hindu and Buddhist temples.

    The Boudhanath Stupa

    Boudhanath Stupa is one of the biggest stupas in the world, in the shape of a giant Mandala. In history, the Boudhanath area was a rest point for the Tibetan refugees, who used to trade with India. They established the Stupa and now, it is a masterpiece of its design in the world. It is also a Unesco-listed monumental site in Kathmandu.

    The Kopan Monastery

    Kopan Monastery is located at the hilltop of Kopan and is a wonderful attraction for Buddhist pilgrimage seekers along with the people who would love to stay in Nepal for a long time for Buddhist meditation and monastic life.  The monastery follows the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and was founded by Lama Thubten Yeshe and Lama Zopa Rinpoche in the early 1970s.

    Asura Cave and Yanglesho Cave of Pharping

    Asura Cave and Yanglesho Cave are globally renowned caves in the sacred zone of Pharping, Nepal. Guru Rinpoche came to Pharping and got enlightened-re-enlightened at these caves. He took different forms and solved the problems created by enemies. Kathmandu Valley was facing a huge drought at that time. Knowing it, he ordered Vajra from India and removed obstacles. The princess of Kathmandu was also there. Asura Cave is the upper one and Yanglesho Cave is the lower one. It is said that the Asura cave is the summer meditation cave and the lower one is the winter meditation cave.

    Meditation at the Asura Cave, Pharping


    Prayer Flags above the Asura Cave


    Yanglesho Cave, Pharping

    The Maratika Cave, Halesi Mahadev-Khotang-East Nepal

    A prime attraction for Hindu and Buddhist devotees (Hindu people know this place as Halesi Mahadev), the Maratika Cave has strong spiritual vibes. Guru Rinpoche flew from India directly to the Maratika cave, where he attained Mahasiddi where he achieved the state of immortality. Dakini Mandharava was along with him who achieved immorality too. Thus, Maratika Cave is a significant pilgrimage destination for Buddhist devotees.

    Maratika Cave (Halesi Mahadev)

    The Yarinak Cave, Temal

    In the serene location of Temal Kavre, Guru Rinpoche flew from Pharping Asura Cave to abolish the effect of Lord Yakshya, who penetrated everyone's life. It was a tough time for the local people, so He flew there and destroyed them being seated in the Vajra Mudra, with the Kila-dagger (help of Vajrakilaya). He removed the obstacles of the surroundings and created a pond for the local people. Yarinak cave is thus a widely renowned Buddhist pilgrimage destination.

    Yarinak Cave Temal

    Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha

    Lumbini is the place that gave birth to the world's prominent character- Lord Buddha, who spread the message of peace around the globe.

    Key attractions in Lumbini include:

    Maya Devi Temple: The temple has ancient ruins dating back to the third century BCE.

    Ashoka Pillar: When Emperor Ashoka visited Lumbini in the 3rd century BCE, he erected a pillar to mark the birthplace of Buddha. It is great evidence and historical proof of Lumbini as the birthplace of Lord Buddha.

    Lumbini Garden: The garden where the Royal family of Gautam Buddha used to stroll around.

    Puskarini (the Holy Pond): The holy pond used to be the royal pond, where the royal family would take a dip.

    Lumbini Museum: The museum preserves the historical artifacts of the area and their collections.


    Mayadevi Temple, Lumbini

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