Why Choose Lumbini Tour
Lumbini is the pilgrimage site for the Buddhist and as it happens to be the birthplace, Gautam Buddha. His mother Queen Mahamayadevi gave birth to him in 623 B.C at this sacred area located in Terai plains of southern Nepal. Lumbini has preserved archaeological remains associated with the birth of the Lord Buddha and they form a central feature for visit. Lumbini is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage site under one of the holiest and significant parts of the Buddhist religion. The Mauryan Emperor Asoka in 249 BC has erected Ashoka a Pillar on which inscription is present until today about Buddha. Archeological conservation presents are The Shakya Tank, Mayadevi Temple remains & The Ashoka pillar constructed in sandstone have Pali inscription written in Brahmi script. Also have Buddhists monasteries called as Viharas excavated & remains of Stupas.