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Gateway to Buddhist Destinations : buddhist meditation
Published on August 31, 2013 – 3:30 am

India, the land of ritual, custom and tradition is the premier hub of Buddhism. Buddhism here occupies a pre dominant position. Buddhist destinations are systematically scattered almost all the regions of this divine locale.
Doorways to Buddhist Destinations:
Ajanta & Ellora Caves
Buddhist Tours to India is incomplete without a visit to the Ajanta & Ellora caves. These caves are the most visited Buddhist destination in India and most alluring for any tourists. This place is situated near Aurangabad in the state of Maharashtra. These remarkable Ajanta & Ellora caves are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and not be missed on your India Buddhist Tours.
Bodhg**a
Bodhg**a 13 km from g**a in Bihar is one of the famous Buddhist Destinations in India. It is here where; Gautam Buddha attained enlightenment meditating under a Bodhi tree after years of search for the truth and knowledge. On Bodhg**a tours you can visit the Mahabodhi Temple, Mahabodhi Tree, Bodhag**a Archaeological Museum etc. The Mahahbodhi Temple is listed in the World Heritage Site.
Sarnath
This place is one of the four holy sites of Buddhist pilgrimages. This has lot of importance because Buddha came to this place after he attained enlightenment in Bodhg**a. On Buddhist Tours to Sarnath, you can visit the Chaukhandi Stupa, Dhamek Stupa, Mulgandha Kuti Vihar and Sarnath Museum.
Lumbini
Lumbini, the birth place of Buddha is an important Buddhist Destination.

Listed in World heritage sites, this place is visited by large number of devotees to learn about the Buddhist philosophy. On a tour to Lumbini, you can visit Sacred Garden, Maya Devi Temple, Puskani Pond, Ashokan Pillar, Nepal Buddha Temple and Lumbini Museum.
Kushinagar
Kushinagar earlier known by the name of Kushawati, is one of the holy places of Buddhism. It is here that Lord Buddha attained the stage of Mahaparinirvana or Nirvana. The places of significance on Kushinagar Tours are Mahaparinirvana Temple, Nirvana Chaitya, Ramabhar Stupa, Matha Kuar Shrine, Meditation Park, Indo-Japan-Sri Lanka Temple, Wai Thai Temple and a Museum.
Dharamsala
Known as the Scotland of India is a peaceful town situated in the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh is an important Buddhist Destination known for its art, architecture and culture. The main Buddhist attractions here are Mcleodganj, Dharamkot, Triund, Namgyal Monastery and lots more.

Ritika Joshi is a budding journalist presently working with a travel portal. Graduated in Mass Communication she deals with the travel and tourism related topics.Especially you can visit Bodhg**a

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