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Buddhism, once born in undivided India as a reforming branch of Hinduism, was spread around 12 nations and in some of them it is the major religious path. With an inherent message of what is important in our lives, Goutam Buddha has taught us about the eternal philosophy- nothing is stable... money goes away, beauty... Continue Reading →
Pashupatinath temple is the most famous hindu temple of Nepal and regraded as one of the most sacred lord shiva temple worldwide. Every year elderly pilgrims come here to be cremated on the banks of the river and travel their last journey with the waters of the sacred river Bagmati, which later meets the holy river Ganga.... Continue Reading →
Patan is located about 5 km south of Kathmandu, on the southern side of the Basmati River and is the third largest city of Nepal. It is also one of 3 royal cities in the Kathmandu valley. It comes under Lalitpur District , the name of which means city of beauty. It is probably one of... Continue Reading →
Hinduism is described in the constitution of India not as a religion, but a way of life. And that is truly reflected in the festival of Durga Puja. Though now almost all big cities of the world - London, NewYork, Paris, Moscow,Zurich, Washington, Cologne , Berlin,Stuttgart, Hong Kong, Tokyo & Melbourne to name a few... Continue Reading →
Chandragiri has been a traditional spot for pilgrims as the famous Bhaleswar Mahadev temple is situated atop. Recently, however, the Nepal government has been determined to make it an international tourist destination. Though there are stone stairs right to the top of the hill, a new cable car system has been introduced in 2014... Continue Reading →
Swayambhunath ,considered as the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites, is an ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley. The literal meaning of the name means arising from itself in Sanskrit. Also the local Nepali language calls it as Singgu, meaning 'self-sprung'. If you are tripping Nepal, this is one of the must-not-miss destination ..... Continue Reading →
I was lucky to be invited as a guest speaker in the conference of SAARC countries, which held this year in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. At first I was not sure if I will be able to make upto it, but I am so happy that I did. Dhaka Metropoliton area is the 11th... Continue Reading →