Recently, I have visited the great place. The Kushinagar is one of the world’s most Popular place. Too many Traveler come here, they all wants to see the place where the Great Knowledge (Buddha) has left his material body which we called Buddha has Taken nirvana.
Intorduction to Kushinagar:-
In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Kushinagar is a pilgrimage town. Kushinagar is an important Buddhist pilgrimage site where Buddhists believe that after his death Gautama Buddha reached Parinirvana. It is a pilgrimage center internationally Buddhist. The disciples of the Buddhism wish to visit this place at least once in their lives, especially from Asian countries.
Relations Between Kushinagar and Buddha:-
According to Waddell, Gautam Budha took parinirvana in the rampurva region (kushinagar). But according to the Great “Mahāyāna Mahāparinirvāṇa Sūtra”, Buddha travled to Kushinagar, died there and wherein he was cremated.
How to Reach Kushinagar:
- By air:- Varanasi is the closest airport to all the major cities of India, which include Agra, Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi and many other destinations.
- By Train:The closest train station to the city of Kushinagar is in Gorakhpur, 30 miles away.
- By Road: It is well connected by excellent motor roads to all the main destinations in India. The public and private bus services offered in many cities around Kushinagar can also be accessed here.
Place to visit in kushinagar:-
Indo – Japan Srilanka Temple:
The Indo – Japan Srilanka – Temple is a popular place to visit in a beauxtrong city of Kushinagar, with the eight – metal statue of Gautam Buddha, which has been carried from Japan. The Atago Isshin World Buddhist Cultural Association has built the architectural brilliance.
Chinese Temple is different from the other shrines in Kushinagar, also known as Dubbed Lin sun Temple. It is a combination of Vietnamese and Chinese design. Not only that, there is a majestic Lord Buddha statue in the church which attracts visitors from all over the world.
Wat Thai Temple:
Wat Thai Temple attracts tourists with its wonderful architectural beauty, one of the principal sacred places to Buddhists. Various varieties of trees and vegetation surround it.
Matha Kuar Shrine:
A Buddha statue that is believed to have been built from a single stone is housed in Mattha Kuar Shrine. During a visit to Kushinagar, you must visit this temple.
A small park near the shrine Mahaparinirvana in Kushinagar with its brilliant green exquisite water bodies makes it a perfect place for meditation. Visitors to this park relax in a peaceful and peaceful environment.