About Nepal’s Geographical & Ecological Features

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What Did You Do Your Last Holiday & During Years?

Happy New Year of 2018 !It is too late for sharing greetings but this is my first time to using this blog, so I don’t know how to use it? I found it when I searching sites to know creation of website just day before New Year.

Anyway, have a good luck guys wherever and whatever you are! Blessings and warm love from me, Gyan.

I had very good time in 2017 and hope you so as well. It was very amazing days and unforgettable moment. I got opportunities to travel with many foreign friends. I feel I am very lucky to be a guide and travelling different places and meet with different peoples.
I got many experiences during my travel and guidance which are unforgettable. I got opportunity to know different foreign culture, tradition and lifestyle as well. Not only these stuffs but also have knowledge in wide range while I travel. I have a little bit improve my speaking English too ha..ha..ha… I prefer to make friend and sharing the thoughts one another which I have deserved good platform this tourism as a guide.​

I am missing my friends who was my guest before and again wanna express greetings in occasion of New Year. Even to my friends who are reading this my page, HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR & BEAUTIFUL DAYS………..

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​​The Birthplace Of Lord Gautam Buddha – Lumbini, Nepal


The Lumbini Birthplace Of Lord Buddha(623A.D.)
The history of Lumbini was re-stablished with the visit of the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka, who made a pilgrimage in 249 B.C., and erected a stone pillar bearing an inscription stating “Hida Budhe Jate Budhe Jate Shakyamuniti”, which means that Shakyamuni Buddha was born here. After his visit structural activities started to mark the birthplace of the Lord Buddha. he worshipped the nativity tree, the bathing tank and also visited the other surrounding historical sites such as Kapilvastu, Ramgram and Niglihawa.

Later on, three famouse Chinese pilgims – Tseng Tsai(4th century A.D.), Fa – Hsein(5th century A.D) and Hiuen Tsang (7th century A.D.) visited Lumbini. Hiuen Tsang’s travel account gives a detailed description of the area, including the Ashokan Pillar with a horse carved on the top of it. King Ripu Malla (1312 A.D.) of Karnali, marked his visit by an engraving on the Ashokan Pillar. After 14th century A.D. the sites were forgotton, negleted and shrouded in bushes. The association of Lumbini with the Buddha went slowly to oblivion for almost 600 years, and the name Lumbini gradually changed to Rummindei and then to Rupandehi, the present name of the district.

In the process of an archaeological survey in 1896, General Khadga Shamser Rana and Dr. Alois Fuhrer discovered the Ashokan Pollar in Lumbini. In the 1930, General Keshar SJB Rana carried out a large scale excavation at Lumbini. The most important archaeological discoveries in Lumbini are Buddha’s nativity, the gold casket, charred human bones, teracotta sculpture of a Bodhisatva and the marker stone.

In 1956 on the occasion of the fourth Buddhist conference, Late King Mahendra visited Lumbini and wanted to improve it. Further, the pilgrimage og the UN secretery General U. Thant wanted the government of Nepal to develop Lumbini as an international pilgrimage and tourist centre. In 1970 Prof. Kenzo Tange of Japan was assigned to create the Lumbini Master Plan, which was approved by the government in 1978. In 1985 the Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) was established to take over the responsibility of the overal management and development of Lumbini.