Nepal is well known for being the birth land of Lord Buddha, who preached peace and non-violence to the world’s fraternity.
Buddhism as a religion or a scientific philosophy pertinent to a way of life is still a major topic of discourse among intellectuals around the world.
Lord Buddha’s life teachings have impacted more than half of the world’s population, though the data may be lacking to prove it.
Hence, Nepal is not only an abode of bountiful in Hindu temples but also plentiful in Buddhist monasteries with heavy investment in these infrastructures from private organizations and charities related to Buddhism.
It would not be unfair to declare Nepal as a Buddhist country owing to the presence of a large number of monasteries and chaityas being built across the whole nation in every nook and corner, besides the dominant population of Buddhist communities.
So, if you are a Buddhist in faith and would like to pay a visit to Buddhist related monasteries, meet with nuns and monks here in Nepal, you may book your plane ticket and arrive in Nepal any time of the year and have fun of your holidays here with Buddhist community.
You may stay in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in a team of 10 members where a host of 100 monks will welcome you with their Buddhist greetings at Pharping from where Kathmandu can be overlooked.
At Pharming you can have a good chance of witnessing the way of life of monks where you will not only engage in Buddhist meditation but will also learn about Tibetan Buddhist philosophy.
While at Pharping, you can also have a walk through the paddy fields and pay a visit to Asura Cave – a Guru Rinpoche meditation cave, as well as walking through pine tree forest up to Dudjom Rinpoche’s retreat land – one of the greatest Tibetan Buddhist masters of our time.
The foods served to you at the guest house will be delicious vegetarian and organic food and rooms will be nice and comfortable to have sound sleep at night. Your visit might be one of the lavish life time experience in Buddhism pilgrimage in Nepal.
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