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Buddha’s Footsteps

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Buddha’s Foot steps (14 Days)

Sarnath :

Sarnath is where Buddha preached his first sermon, is just 10 km from Varanasi. In later times, Emperor Ashoka erected magnificent stupas and buildings at this destination making it an important place of pilgrimage. Visit Dhamukh Supta, Ashoka pillar, Chowkhandi Supta, Mulagandha Kuti Vihar and other magnificent places.

Bodhgaya :

Buddha attained enlightenment near the holy city of Gaya. The tree that had sheltered him came to be known as the Bhodi Tree and the place Bodhgaya. Today it has become an important place of pilgrimage with a number of monasteries. Other places of great interest are Mahabodhi Temple and Magadh University.     Tour enquiry

Kushinagar :

Where Buddha breathed his last and achieved Mahaparinirvana. There are ruins of many stupas as well as the chaityas and viharas that were built in later times. Some must-see places here are Nirvana Temple, Rambhar Supta and Matha Kaur Shrine.

Kapilavastu (Pipahawa) :

It was at Kapilavastu amidst opulent surroundings that the young Prince Siddhartha (later known as Buddha) grew up. It was here that he, on seeing sorrow and pain, sickness and death, decided to renounce all worldly riches and pleasures to seek truth and the path to salvation. The ruins of the old city from where Buddhism started has several stupas. From the main stupa have been recovered stone caskets containing relics believed to be that of the Buddha.

Sanchi :

Known as the masterpiece of art, Sanchi is known for stupas, monasteries temples and pillars dating from 3rd century B.C to the 12th century AD Carved with stories of Buddha’s past and present. The gateways are the finest specimen of early classical art which formed the seedbed for the entire vocabulary of later Indian art.

Aurangabad :

Was founded by Malik Amber, Prime Minister of Murtaza Nizam Shah II, in 1610 AD around Khirki village. It is also the base for visits to the Ajanta and Ellora Caves. Bibi ka Maqbara, Aurangabad caves and Panchakki are the places to see      Tour enquiry

Mumbai :

The financial capital of India, Mumbai is a major port and entry point – also the centre of arts and the film industry. It is home to people of all creeds and cultures, a fascinating city, throbbing with life and for many people GATEWAY OF INDIA. It is famous for its Elephanta Islands, Hanging gardens, Beaches at Juhu, Bhuleshwar and Mahalakshmi temples, Jama Masjid, Mahim shrine, the tomb of Haji Ali, Kanheri Caves.

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