Buddhist pilgrimage Tour in Nepal

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Buddhist pilgrimage Tour
Buddhist pilgrimage Tour
Buddhist pilgrimage Tour in Nepal

Nepal is known as Land of Buddha and Mt. Everest (top of the world) in the Earth. Shakyamuni Buddha (Siddhartha Gautam), the apostle of peace, the founder of Buddhism was born in Nepal's Lumbini in 623 BC. Buddhism was originated in Nepal when Siddhartha Gautam became a Shakyamuni Buddha. Buddhism was introduced as a way of living in the earlier times but later the followers started to take it as a religion. The main objectives of the Buddhism are achievement to the enlightenment and non violence.

For the time being, the different great masters have developed different philosophy in Buddhism (School) and teachings. There are slightly different in one another. There are 3 major different Buddhism in practice in Nepal. They are Mahayana Buddhism, Therabada Buddhism and Vajrayana Buddhism. Tibetan Buddhism is the most widely practiced in the mountain region.

Buddhist Pilgrimages Tour in Nepal are designed for those people ,who wants to learn couture, society and  history about Buddhism.

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