Buddhism has played a pioneer role in spreading spirituality across the globe. It is spread across Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, India, South Korea, Tibet, Japan, Burma, Indonesia and the entire world.
Amongst the various holy shrines, Boudhanath stupa is one of the largest. Located 11 km away from Kathmandu, this stupa in Nepal dates back to 14th century.A very popular tourist site, the stupa has been a place of worship for a huge population of Tibetan refugees. It has been crowned as UNESCO world heritage site in 1979.Entombing the remains of Kassapa Buddha the stupa offers is the focal point of Nepal & Tibet.Surrounded by nearly 50 Gompas (Monasteries and Nunneries), the place is residence of numerous red clad monks and nuns.
Instructions for the tourists:
The destination is a must visit for meditators and those who are are inclined to spirituality. Achieving peace and tranquillity is effortless at the Boudhanath stupa. So, for many timeless memories, visit this ancient shrine and feel the connect with the Divine!!
Rajasthan or the land of magnificent forts, the Aravali Range, and the great Thar Desert is never short of surprises. In fact, every season shows a different picture of Rajasthan. While it’s hot and humid in summers, winters are chilly yet pleasant.
After the hot Indian summer, comes the great Indian monsoon. Monsoon comes as a great relief from the three months of blistering heat extending from the month of April to June.