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Pilgrimage Tour in Nepal with Nepal Environmental Buddhist For Buddhist tourists around the world, a pilgrimage to a holy Buddhist destination is perhaps, the one that gives the most satisfaction. It is a journey that brings them closer to their religion by enhancing their appreciation for its principles, beliefs and philosophies.
Nepal is home to two of the most holy of places connected with Buddhism. These places are directly related with Lord Gautam Buddha. Lumbini, the first and most important of the two, is the birth place of Gautam Buddha while Kapilavastu is the place where he grew up, witnessed pain and sorrow of life and ultimately decided to give up everything in search of enlightenment.
From ancient times, Nepal has been the place of origin for the Hindu religion and the holy place of Lord Pashupatinath. For centuries, mythology and mystique has swept the land and there are numerous temples, mosques and monasteries. Hindu pilgrimage tours or 'Tirtha Yatras' are considered an important way of attaining salvation. However, people of all faiths and religions have dreams of visiting these revered spots as a pilgrim to invoke the blessings of their Gods and obtain forgiveness for all their sins and escape the divine wrath.
In the plains of the south of the first foothills of the Churia range, lies Lumbini, birthplace of Gautama, the Buddha. Lumbini is a sacred place for Buddhists from all over the world.. A veteran Asian traveler and author of several books writes,
In the plain south of the first foothill of the Churia range lies Lumbini, birthplace of Gautama, the Buddha. Lumbini is a sacred place for Buddhists from all over the world, standing on an equal footing with holy places sacred to other world religions.
The aim of offering this tour is to provide you insight into the life of Lord Buddha and the development of Buddhism. Around 62 archaeological sites here preserve the significance to the life, Enlightenment and death of Buddha
Damodar-Kund is situated at the lap of high Himalayas in Upper Mustang area of Nepal. In the column of Barah Puran; Lord Krishna has said that who pays a visit to this Kunda and takes a deep-bath, they will be freed from all the sin. It is also mentioned in Puran that two sons of Kubers were suffering from their wrongdoing & sin, which they did in their previous birth but lord Krishna suggested them to take bath in this Kunda and immediately after taking bath
The Dudhkunda Lake is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva. Devotees believe that taking a dip in this icy cold lake will absolve them from all their sins and bless childless families with children.Amazing views of flora and fauna, experience and interaction with diverse cultures of Sherpas, Khaling Rais, Tamangs, Magars, Gurungs, make this journey a lifetime experience. This is a journey to a part of the world where very
Gosaikunda is situated at an altitude of 4380 meters to the north of Kathmandu on the Langtang trekking trail. Gosaikunda is a glacier lake in Langtang. This lake is believed to have been created by Lord Shiva when he thrust his Trishul (trident) into a mountain to extract water so that he could cool his stinging throat after he had swallowed poison.
Manakamana is situated 125 km to the west of Kathmandu. It is a steep three-hour hike to the hilltop from Abu Khaireni on the Kathmandu-Gorkha highway. Or you can take the cable car at Cheres, 104 km from Kathmandu on the highway to Pokhara.
Muktinath is the most sacred Hindu site in Nepal after the temple of Pashupatinath in Kathmandu. Muktinath is one of the sacred places of worship for the Hindus in the Himalayan ranges of Nepal. The famous temple of Lord Muktinath lies in the district of Mustang and is situated about 18 km northeast of Jomsom at an altitude of about 3800 meter. The main shrine is a pagoda shaped temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Visitors can enjoy magnificent
The Goddess of Pathibhara is believed to fulfill the long cherished dreams of her devotees. Pathibhara Devi Shrine situated at 3,794 m is a popular pilgrimage destination. The deity at Pathbhara is worshiped with equal reverence by both Hindus and Buddhist. The temple is thronged with Hindus during special celebrations, while Buddhists visit the temple to light lamps on full-moon night.