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Gorakhpur Lumbini Bodhgaya Tour

Day 01 : New Delhi – Gorakhpur - Lumbini
On arrival at Gorakhpur Airport Meet and greet by company representative transfer by Lumbini approx 123 kilometers or 76.40 miles in about 3 hours, the birthplace of Lord Buddha. After crossing the India/Nepal Boarder for Visa/Immigration formalities we will arrive at the little village of Lumbini. On arrival at Lumbini, check in at hotel. After a short break, we will visit the Birth Place of Lord Buddha. Lumbini is situated in Kapilvastu district of Lumbini Zone, the western Teria of Nepal. Here in a grove of Sal trees, Queen Mahamaya gave birth to Gautama, the Buddha. Emperor Ashoka, in his 21th year after his coronation, visited the birth place and raised a pillar on the spot. Visit the remnants of an old monastery. Dinner and overnight stay will be at Lumbini.

Lumbini varanasi tour Day 02 : Lumbini – Kushinagar
After breakfast at Hotel drive about 143 kilometers or 89 miles (via Janpul Road) in approximately 4 hours. Kushinagar (place where Lord Buddha had left the world behind him after offering an invaluable contribution to humanity, the great religion known as Buddhism). On arrival Kushinagar, transfer to hotel. Afternoon visit Mahaparinirvana Temple (where Buddha took his last breathe) and Rambhar Stupa (cremation site of Lord Buddha). Dinner at Overnight stay at Kushinagar hotel.

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Day 03 : Kushinagar – Vaishali- Patna
After breakfast at Hotel drive 213 kilometers or 132 miles in about 5 hours (via NH27). En route visit Vaishali visiting – The Place where Buddha announced the approaching of his Mahaparinirvana. Later proceed to Patna Museum visit The relic casket excavated from the core of the stupa contained the holy ashes of Lord Buddha .The sacred relics (holy ashes of Lord Buddha) were found in the centre of the lowest mud layer of the stupa at Raja Vishal Ka Garh* (Baniya village in Vaishali district) during an extensive excavation. Dinner and overnight in Maurya Patna Hotel.

Day 04 : Patna – Nalanda – Rajgir
After breakfast drive about 1.25 hours to Nalanda. Founded in the 5th century B.C. Nalanda was one of the World's great universities and an important Buddhist center until it's sacking by the Afghans in the 12th Century. It is said that over 10,000 Buddhist monks and students resided here. The extensive brick built remains include few intact votive stupas around it and the monks cell. An archaeological museum houses the Nalanda University seal, sculptures and other remains found on the site. After lunch at Rajgir, sightseeing of Gridhrkutta Mountain (Vulture's Peak), Venuvana and Bimbisara For. Dinner and overnight stay will be at Rajgir.

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Day 05 :Rajgir – Bodhgaya:
After breakfast at Hotel drive to Bodhgaya approx 2 Hours is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the Mahabodhi Temple Complex. Bodhgaya is the most important of the main four pilgrimage sites related to the life of Gautama Buddha. In 2002, Mahabodhi Temple, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Gautama Buddha, a prince of a tiny kingdom on the Indo-Nepal border, became seer 25 centuries ago, as dissatisfied with life, he wandered for many years and came upon a spot in a forest where he sat under the Bodhi tree. The saplings of which can still be seen in the temple premises. There in a burst of illumination, he discovered the meaning of existence and became Lord Buddha. The place is Bodega. It will be a full day visit of the Mahabodhi temple is a complex of many cultures. The highlight of the temple include tall stone lotus, figures of Buddha sitting in different postures on the walls, his footprints on the stones and a colossal golden Buddha in the sanctum sanctorum. The Bodhi Tree is situated in the premises of the temple, is the one under which Buddha attained illumination. White, Green and Red flags tied onto the tree to form a canopy over seven sacred shrines, which symbolize the seven weeks that Buddha spent here. Overnight in Bodhgaya.
Bodhgaya Kushinagar Tour

Day 06 : Bodhgaya
After breakfast visit Sujata Village (Senani Village) the next Buddhist site marks the location where the young maiden, Sujata offered the rice milk bowl and ended Sakyamuni's hard asceticism. This incident also inspired him to walk on a 'Middle Path' in every front of life. Such is the glory of Sujata Village. Here, the exact site where he received the offering is marked by Sujata Temple. Later meditate and enjoy the site of Lord Buddha's enlightenment. Dinner and overnight in Bodhgaya hotel

Day 07 : Bodhgaya – Varanasi
After breakfast, depart for Varanasi (approx 275km, 6 hours by road). Varanasi is probably the oldest living city in India and one of the world's most ancient. It was known earlier as Kasi, the city that illuminates. The present name is probably derived from the fact that it is situated on the confluence of the rivers Varuna and Asi – Varanasi is a city that cannot be described, only experience. Onwards to Sarnath, 10km from Varanasi, is the blessed locale where more than 2,500 years ago, Buddha chose to deliver his first sermon after attaining Nirvana. The Great Emperor Ashok erected magnificiant stupas, and monasteries here, which are now in ruins. However, the 34 meter high Dhamekh stupa still marks the spot where the Master first preached. Besides Dhamekh stupa, Sarnath also has ruins of Dharmajajika stupa, Dharmok stupa, built more than 2,000 years ago. At Sarnath smooth glistening stone pillar, called Ashok Pillar. The lion capital on top of this pillar built is now the National Emblem of India. Manay ruins survive including shrines built by Great Indian Emperor Ashok (272-232 BC). A Modern Sri Lankan temple contains Japanese Buddhist paintings. Later that afternoon, return to Varanasi for Aarti Puja prayers. Dinner and Overnight in Varanasi.
Sarnath Kushinagar tour
Day 08: Varanasi – Delhi
Early morning 0545hrs visit bathing Ghats. Take a boat ride on the holy River Ganges, exposes one of the most carefree, colourful and revered aspects of Hindu life as the sunrise over the far banks, the Ghats come alive with rituals of Hindu worship and sounds of temple bells. Transfer to the airport for flight to Delhi Airport for onward journey.


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