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Construction Planing of New-Born Buddha Park Lumbini- Nepal - The birthplace of Lord Buddha




Linh Son Temple Introduction

General introduction of Linh Son temple Lumbini - Nepal

Linh Son temple, Lumbini, Nepal is now a place for tourists around the world as well as Vietnamese visitors to stop by during their spiritual tours in the Buddhist land. Located in the four holy places of the Buddha is where the Buddha was born. Linh Son temple Lumbini was granted by the Nepalese government to the late Venerable Thich Huyen Ha Vi in 1993. Currently, the Bikkhuni Thich Nu Tri Thuan is the president. The Bikkhuni Thich Nu Tri Thuan has created, built, and completed the temple, so that the visitors from all around the world could come to worship and kowtow. The construction under progress is the new born Buddha statute campus which is approximate 15-meter high, 25 ton weight and the hall can contain about 2000 people and serve as a place for the visitors from all around the world to gather.

Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha

Situated in the foothills of the Siwalik range in the district of Rupandehi, Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha is one of the most important pilgrimage sites. Buddhist literatures mention that newly born Siddhartha took seven steps and uttered an epoch making message to the suffering humanity in the LumbiniGarden. The beautiful sal grove of Lumbini Garden was renowned for its beauty of shady grove of lush green trees and colorful flowers. Maya Devi, the queen of Sakya king Suddhodana of Kapilavastu, on the way to her maternal hometown Devadaha (ancient Koliya kingdom), was passing through the LumbiniGarden. It was the month of Vaisakha poornima (Full Moon Day of the first month of Nepali calendar) of 623 BC, while the queen was walking in the garden, took bath in the Puskarini. After bath, she proceeded to the north 25 paces, there she felt labor pain and supported herself grasping a branch of a tree and gave birth to the holy prince.
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