Outside Kathmandu Valley
Shakyamuni Buddha was born in Lumbini, in southern Nepal, twenty-five hundred years ago. Since his time, Nepal has been a sacred ground for Buddhists as the birthplace of the Buddha. Lumbini is a small town in the southern Terai plains of Nepal, where the ruins of the old city can still be seen. Shakyamuni Buddha was born to a royal family. Lumbini has been a holy ground for Buddhists all over the world. The restored garden and surroundings of Lumbini have the remains of many of the ancient stupas and monasteries. A large stone pillar erected by the Indian Emperor Ashoka in 250 BC bears an inscription about the birth of the Buddha. Besides that,Manakamana,pokhara,Royal chitwan National park and Muktinath.
Manakamana is the name of a Hindu Goddess. It is believed that the
Goddess fulfils the wishes of the people. The term ‘mana’ means the
‘heart’ or ‘soul’ and ‘kamana’ means the ‘wish’.
Bandipuris a hill top charming town lying midway on the
Kathmandu-Pokhara highway at an altitude of 1005m overlooking the
Marshyangdi river valley. It is situated 8km above Dumre Bazaar
This is situated 131 km of Kathmandu valley at an altitude of 1135m at
the end of mountain road that branches north from Kathmandu- Pokhara
highway at Abu Khaireni.
Pokhara is an enchanting town nestled in a tranquil valley known as a
hub of adventure. Its natural ambience which allows enjoying lakeside
tranquility and breathtaking views of magnificent Machhapurchre
Sarangkot is Village Development Committee in Kaski District in the
Gandaki Zone of northern-central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal
census it had a population of 5,060 persons residing in 1,010 individual
Muktinath is situated in north- central Nepal on the northern arc of the
Annapurna circuit trekking trail. It takes 6 hrs walk from Jomsom
(2,713m) to reach the main shrine of Muktinath.
Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal. Formerly
called Royal Chitwan National Park it was established in 1973 and
granted the status of a World Heritage Site in 1984.
Lumbinī Sanskrit "the lovely") is a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the
Rupandehi district of Nepal. It is the place where Queen Mayadevi gave
birth to Siddhartha Gautama, who as the Buddha Gautama