Thursday, November 13, 2014

Twenty Reason We Should Travel Lumbini.

20 Reasons to visit Lumbini

Lumbini is a Buddhist Pilgrimage site located in the south west region of Nepal which is nearely 300 kms and a 8 hours journey by road from the capital city Kathmandu. It is the Place where, according to Buddhist tradition, Queen Maya Devi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama in 623 BCE.
Gautama, who achieved nirvana sometime around 543 BC became the Lord Gautama Buddha and founded Buddhism after achieving Enlightenment Lumbini is one of the many reasons for pilgrimage that sprang up in the places pivotal to the life of Gautama Buddha beside other notable pilgrimage sites includes Kushinagar and Bodhgaya
Lumbini has a number of temples built by different countries and  there are several others which are still under construction. Many monuments, monasteries and a museum-the Lumbini International Research Institute- are also located inside the sacred Gaarden.  There are other historically valuable sides which are the main attraction to the foreign visiters. Maya devi Temple the exact place where Buddha was born, similarly there also located the Puskarini or Holy pond where the Buddha’s mother took the ritual dip prior to his birth and where, too Buddha had his first bath.
Here we have collected top twenty reasons to travel Lumbini for informative purpose:

20 reasons to Travel Lumbini:
1.       World peace stupa: World peace stupa in lumbini is very popular all around as Buddha is considered as founder of path of world peace.
2.       Lumbini being birthplace of Buddha gave Nepal a recognition.
3.       Maya Devi Temple: the exact birthplace of Buddha.
4.       Ashok Stupa: The symbol of Peace which gives message to the world “Crime is avoidable”
5.       Various  Temples in built by different countries
6.       Beautiful and peaceful place to hang.
7.       Big Museum related with Buddha and Buddhism
8.       Boating activities
9.       Never non-illuminating light of lumbini
10.   Well managed ltravelling and visiting service
11.   Easily accessible from Hotels and restaurants
12.   World Heritage Site
13.   Mind blowing view of lumbini Pond.
14.   Feel fresh and Peaceful with the surroundings.
15.   Be at the Holiest Place of the World.
16.   Learn Buddha’s Message.
17.   Close to regional airport
18.   Close to Indian Boarder
19.   Take home the souvenirs of Buddha
20.   Safe and secured place to travel


Wednesday, November 12, 2014


Why should travel Nepal?

Nepal is a country where there are people of different origin and different beliefs but they are all living together in peace and harmony under the canopy of Nepalese sentiment. They are respectively Brahmans  Chhetris  Sherpas, Tharus Tamangs Gurungs Newars Magars & Other Ethnic groups.
Nepal means
N= Never
A= And
One can probably say that Nepal is as old as the Himalayas, When a great lake filled the Kathmandu Valley. It was drained by the patriarch Manjushree as he wanted to get a closer look at a Swayambhu or Adhibuddha, the beautiful lotus flower resting on the lake.Nepal is located between the Asian growing power houses India & China.
Time clock of Nepal is 15 minutes ahead of India whereas Nepal time is two hours and fifteen minutes after Chinese/Tibet time.
Government offices and many business offices operate 09-17.Most shop are open 10-20 or later. Bank hours are sun-Thurs 10-14:30 Fri 10-12.30 Saturday has been weekly holiday.
Nepal is a best travel destination for people of all ages, people of all ages. Nepal has everything to offer you for a great holidays from adventurous expeditaioon to wild national reserves and other cultutrally rich City tours with other extreme activities like paragliding, bunjee jumping, Caving, Rafting, biking, Everest flight and so many other various activities.  
Here I have tried to highlight Why Nepal is unique and how can you feel your mind, body and heart after you visit to Nepal and make it possible and memorable one.

30 Elements to consider to visit Nepal.
1.      Mount Everest.
2.      Lord Buddha Birth Place.
3.      Rich geographical diversity.
4.      Among top 14 Mountains around the world, Nepal got 8.
5.      Rich in water beauty.
6.      One of the Hindu Heritage Pasupatinath Temple (Each hindu should visit Pasguoatinath before they die, non-Hindu can see the pinnacle of the temple )
7.      Janakpur Temple.
8.      Beautiful Forests and wild reserve
9.      Hunting Reserve in the higher altitude.
10.  Pokhara a romantic city with natural beauty.
11.  Illam  Tea Park.
12.  Karnali chisapani  One Tower Bridge.
13.  Tikapur Park in Dhangadi.
14.   South Asia Largest Mahakali Steel Bridge.
15.  Narayan Hiti Museum in Kathmandu.
16.  Beautiful Far Western Region.
17.  Bhaktapur Darbar Square.
18.  Swambhu Stupa in Kathmandu.
19.  White Gumba in Kathmandu.
20.  Baudha Stupa in Kathmandu.
21.  Tapoban in Kathmandu.
22.  Nagarkot in Bhaktapur.
23.  Dhulikhel in Kavrepalanchock.
24.  Muktinath Temple in Mustang.
25.  Tatopani China Boder in Sindhupalchock.
26.  Nuwakot Darbar Square.
27.  Kable Car in Manakamana.
28.  Budanilikantha Temple in kathmandu.
29.  Tilaurakot in Kapilvastu.

30.  Vedetar View Point in Dhankuta.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Chhath Parva

Chhath Puja
Chhath Parva is a hindu festival dedicated to Hindu God Sun. Sun is called Surya in Sanskrit, Chhath festivals is celebrated by natives of Mithila region of Nepal and India. This festival falls in the month of October or November in the Gregorian English calendar. Chhath Parva is observed for 4 days from Kartik Shukla Chaturthi to Katrik Shukla Saptami. The Chhath Puja is performed in order to thanks Lord Surya for sustaining life on earth and to worship him to provide his continuous blessing to mankind.
The Sun considered as the god of energy and of the life-force, is worshipped during the Chhath festival to promote well-being, prosperity and progress. Hindu people believes that sun helps to cure the illness and diseases. Sun is considered as sourse of healing too and considered as token of stability and prosperity. Therefore, people worship sun to ensure the longevity and prosperity of family members. During this Chhath Parva, the worshiper observes purity, and sleeps on the floor on a single blanket. Chhat Parva is the only holy festival which has no involvement of any pandit. The ritual of Chhath Parva includes taking holy bath, fasting, standing and worshiping sun for long time and offering Prasad and Argha to ‘Rising and setting Lord Surya’.
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