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19
Sep

History Of Buddhism In India

A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...
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Thikse Gompa
01
Aug

Ladakh

Located in one of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes, Ladakh, which literally means the ‘Land of Passes‘,  is a site of immense significance for the Buddhists. Flanked by awe-inspiring snow-clad capped peaks of the Himalayas the centuries-old monasteries of Ladakh attract seekers of spiritual enlightenment from all over the world.   Top Monasteries of Ladakh...
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Dharaamshala
01
Aug

Dharamshala

The headquarters of the Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala comes lauded as the sacred abode of Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama and has been the seat of the Tibetan Government in exile since 1960. Perched on the Dhauladhar mountain range, the hillside town is located at an altitude of 1,457 m in the lap...
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Kapilavastu
01
Aug

Kapilavastu

About 29km west of Lumbini and 30km from the border with India, Tilaurakot in the Terai region of Nepal is the site of the Shakya capital of Kapilavastu where the Buddha spent the first 29 years of his life before setting out on the path of enlightenment. The Buddha, known as Siddharth Gautam before he...
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Japanese Peace Pagoda
01
Aug

Japanese Peace Pagoda

The glistening, white-domed Peace Pagoda has been a landmark in Darjeeling since 1992. The edifice was built in by monks and nuns belonging to the Nipponzan Myohoji sect of Nichiren Buddhism. Nichidatsu Fujii (1885–1985), who founded the religious movement of Nipponzan Myohoji which means “Japanese Mountain Dharma Temple”, laid the foundation stone of the pagoda...
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Bhutia Basti
01
Aug

Bhutia Basti Monastery

Set against the incredible backdrop of Khangchendzonga, Bhutia Basti in Darjeeling is home to one of the oldest and most venerated Buddhist monasteries of the region. Originally built on Observatory Hill in 1765, the monastery in its present location was rebuilt by the Chogyals (kings) of Sikkim in 1879.   Bhutia Basti monastery belongs to...
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Mcleodganj
01
Aug

McLeod Ganj

Three kilometres north of Dharamsala town in Himachal Pradesh, McLeod Ganj, often called Little Lhasa, is the home of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. Teeming with large Tibetan population and maroon-robed monks as well as nuns, the place is frequented by foreign visitors in a large number.   The Tibetan government-in-exile which was set-up...
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Mindrolling Monastery
01
Aug

Mindrolling Monastery

Situated in Clement Town near Dehradun, Mindrolling Monastery is the centre of spiritual activity for the Tibetan Buddhist community. Set up in 1965, the monastery enshrines 60m high Great Stupa and is adorned with beautiful murals and paintings.   Mindrolling Monastery, which follows the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism, was founded by Khochhen Rinpoche who...
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Malda
01
Aug

Malda

Located adjacent to the India-Bangladesh border in the Malda district of West Bengal, Jagjivanpur is a famous archaeological site where excavations have yielded the structural remains of Nandadirghi Vihar, a Buddhist monastery which was a leading centre of learning in 9th Century AD during the Pala rule.   Buddhist monastery was built on the instruction...
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