Top 4 Buddha Temples in India

Top 4 Buddha Temples in India

Buddhism is the ancient religion of India, which is actually originated from the kingdom of Magadha which is now in Bihar state in India, This religion was started by Prince Siddhartha which is also famous by the name of Shakyamuni and later he known as lord Buddha for the entire world. Prince Siddhartha left his kingdom in the child age and starts his journey from Nepal and later stops many places in India such as Bihar and Uttar Pradesh and afterwards he get enlightenment in India. Buddha religion is based upon the theory of Love and Kindness towards the living beings. Indian is a home of biggest religions in the world in which Buddhism has also very important significance. Because of the diverse religion, culture and tradition millions of tourist coming to visit this holy land every year. Here in India you will find many religious sites of India where Buddha getting Nirvana and in the last get Parinirvana where he left his body. In present there are many followers of Buddhism in India and all over the world and they came India regularly to pay their homage to the divine God. Here by this article we will describe 4 major Buddha temple in India.

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Sarnath – Top Buddha Temple in India

Sarnath is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh which is just 14 kms from the Hindu religious destination Varanasi. Sarnath is the place where Lord Buddha preached his first sermon to his disciples on Dharma. Sarnath is one of the most famous place of Buddhism religion in the world and still the followers and tourists came to visit this sacred site in Huge population. Sarnath is the center of great learning, a place for monks and scholars where they learn Buddhism.  This site is also renowned at the world Heritage site of UNESCO. Here you can see the famous Stupa and the deer park where Buddha taught his disciples. This is also the place where the famous hymn of Buddhism made”Buddham Sarnam Gachhami”. Pilgrims will also visit the archaeological museum of Sarnath where they can find lots of ancient sculptures, spiritual texts and religious materials.

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Bodhgaya – Famous Buddha Temple in India

The Bodhgaya is one of the most popular religious site of Buddhism which attracts millions of tourists and pilgrims every year. This place is located in the state of Bihar near the pious city of Gaya. This is the place where Lord Buddha Get enlightenment beneath a Bodhi tree. Here lord Buddha learn the concept of sickness, death and life and this is the sacred place which brings a magical change in the life of prince Siddhartha to Lord Buddha. Here the pilgrims are come to visit Mahabodhi Temple and the Bodhi tree and people believes that this is the place where Lord Buddha did meditation for 3 regular day and night and afterwards he get the enlightenment. This is sacred destination of Lord Buddha in all over the world where pilgrims are coming across the year to visit the famous Mahabohi temple, Dungeshwari caves and Bodhi tree. Here you will also find beautiful monasteries built by the different countries to pay their homage to the lord Buddha, few of the famous monasteries are Vietnamese , China temple and Tibet monasteries. This place is also known by the name of great awakening.

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Khushinagar is one of the major pilgrimage site of Lord Buddha in India, This place is located in Kushinagar district in the state of Uttar Pradesh. This is the place where Lord Buddha gets Mahaparinirvana after his death. This place is famous for ancient monasteries and stupas. This places is also believed where Lord Buddha the founder of Buddhism preached his last sermon.The oldest name of Kushi Nagar was kasia Bazar and later has been changed to Kushi nagar. This place is also housing dozens of ancient structures, monasteries and temples. This place is one among the four pilgrimage site of Buddhism in India where you can find the significance of 3rd and 5th century. The most visited place of Kushinagar is Buddha Temple of parinirvana where you can see the beautiful resting statue of Lord Buddha.

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Sravasti is one of the most revered sites of Buddhism in India. This place is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh near Tapti river.  This is the place where Lord Buddha spend his most of the time after getting enlightenment and Buddha taught many of the suttas (sermons) to his disciples. In the 6th century BC Shravasti was the capital of Kosala kingdom which is the centre of religions and trading as well. This place is also famous where you can find historical Stupas, monasteries and relics related to Buddhism religion. The Anand Bodhi tree and Jetvana monastery are the must visit tourists attractions of Kushinagar. This city attracts many pilgrims and visitors of Buddhism religion every year where still the Buddhist monks did meditation beneath Bodha tree.

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Dr Atul Kumar Singh Parmar

Dr Atul is a graduate of R.B.S College Agra after the graduation did his Masters in Arts (English) Later pursued Bachelor of Education and Doctorate in English fro Agra University Agra. He has been been engaged in the tourism trade since 1995 , Worked as Govt Of India approved tour escort till 2011, He is promoter of S.A.M Tours and Travels. He is an avid traveler and travel writer with expertise in tours and travels, history, literature, architecture, social and political.

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