India & Nepal are two fascinating neighbouring countries that make us enthralled in many ways. Nepal has emerged as the most popular tourist place when it is blended with India. All this can be covered with the special Buddhist Tour of India tour package which is customized for worldwide travellers.
The rich culture, history, rituals & traditions make it even more sought after Buddhist site in India. Probably, it is indeed a delight to blend together these two worthwhile countries for the purpose of tourism in India.
The oldest city of Gaya holds mythological significance to all the 3 religions, i.e. Hinduism, Jainism & Buddhism. Gayasisa Hill which is now presently known as Brahmayoni Hill is the place where Lord Buddha preached the fire sermon to a thousand former fire worshipping ascetics. He got all the enlightenment while hearing to the whole discourse.
The capital city of Bihar in India holds a great prominence to Buddhism in India. It is situated next to the city Patliputra was an ancient city which was built by the Ajatshatru, the great Magadha ruler. Two important early Buddhist councils were held here, the first at the death of Buddha and second during the reign of The Great Emperor Ashoka.
At the time of Emperor Ashoka-the great, there built a site of a great Buddhist stupa in Andhra Pradesh in around 200 BC. That stupa is adorned with standing figures of Buddha & is beautifully decorated with carved panels which tell out various stories of his life.
The Hill of Nagarjuna that is named after the Buddhist scholar Acharya Nagarjuna is a historical Buddhist town. It is primarily located in the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh. It was a religious centre that promotes Brahmanical and Buddhist faiths. It widely attracts students from far areas like Bengal, China and Sri Lanka.
Last but not least, step on to the land where you can embark on the journey of the life of Lord Buddha while experiencing Buddhism in India.