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Buddhist tour in India, take a trip to the holy land of Buddha

April 21, 2012
Buddhist tour

Buddhism, one of the great religions of India, traces back to the life of Siddhartha, who was a curious wandering prince, who began his ultimate quest to solve the mystery of existence. He renounced his royal pleasures to attain enlightenment and he ultimately walked on the path towards Nirvana. All the travelers who are eager to learn about Buddhism avail Buddhist tour in India that takes them past some of the most popular Buddhist sites in India. A Buddhist tour is the most engaging and the most inspiring journeys of all, one should surely take a trip to the Holy land of Buddha.

Buddhist Pilgrimage

Buddha in his words told his followers that they could only attain merit and Nobel rebirth by making a Buddhist Pilgrimage . A journey that takes the traveler to the places that witnessed the life of Lord Buddha, the ones that held relevance in his life like Lumbini, the place of his birth, Bodhgaya, the place where he gained enlightenment, Sarnath, the place where he delivered his first sermon and Kushinagar , the place where he finally attained Niravan. Journeying into these places of holistic importance, you will truly experience the true essence of Lord Buddha and this trip will instill in you the real essence of Buddhism.

Ajanta caves

Ajanta Caves

Ajanta Caves being the masterpieces of Buddhist art and architecture, these historical manmade caves comprise of beautiful paintings on the walls and ceilings that depict the life of Lord Buddha. A visit to these caves will be like travelling back into the past, the paintings on the walls are composed of illustrations that are masterpieces in themselves. The 30 caves including the unfinished one seem to carry a distinct charm and represent the true faces of the flourishing Buddhist art and architecture and obviously the religious influence at that period of time.

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