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Buddhist Tours The Spiritual Face of India

Ezinemark.com, May 25th, 2012

New Delhi, India -- From ages, India has witnessed birth of many religion and spiritual doctrines, which later spread across the world like a phenomenon. India is the holy land where many divine incarnations were born to show a positive direction to human evolution. Lord Buddha is the incarnation who created the religious philosophy of Buddhism in India. Thus, Buddhist tours adjudged, as the spiritual face of India is apt from every aspect.

Buddhism is all about the essence of dharma, which shape the karma of mortals for many lifetimes. Prince Siddhartha was born in the year 623 B.C. in a royal clan of Nepal in Lumbini at Nepal. Everyone believed that he will be a great warrior but at the age of 29, he abandoned all royal luxury and family to attain self-realization. The popular Buddhist sites in India are Bodh Gaya, Sarnath, Vaishali, and Ajanta & Ellora caves.

Bodh Gaya: The holy place where Lord Buddha undertook vigorous meditation to attain self-enlightenment is the heart of Buddhist tour in India.

Devotees from across the world visit Bodh Gaya to witness the origin of the most followed religion known as Buddhism. The major attractions are Mahabodhi Temple, Jain temple, Buddhist monasteries, and other remains of Buddhist significance.

Sarnath: This is the most important aspect of Buddhist pilgrimage in India and scriptures states that Lord Buddha after attaining nirvana preached the principles of Buddhism at Sarnath for first time. The major attractions at this sanctified place are the groves where Lord Buddha used to preach the religious fanatics, Dhameka Stupa, pillar of Ashoka, sculptures of bygone epoch and artifacts remains of Lord.

These vacations book Buddhist tours the most spiritual facet of India tours to enhance soul with higher knowledge of existence. Let the spiritual face of India becharms you to discover the spiritual side of your nature for a religious inclination of self.



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