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Introduction to the birthplace of Buddhism in India


India is the birthplace of Buddhism. For thousands of years, the propaganda of Buddha has brought enlightenment and cleansing of mind and morality to the world. In an ancient and mysterious country like India, splendid culture and long history collide to form what it is today.

Buddha's Birthplace Lumbini Garden

Lumbini Garden is the birthplace of Sakyamuni Buddha and is located in Nepal. The ruins of Lumbini Garden are not far from the border of the United Provinces of India. More than 2,500 years ago, in the northwestern part of ancient India, at the foot of the Himalayas, there was a kingdom called Kapilavastu. The king's surname was Gautama, his name was Shoutututana, and the queen's name was Mahamaya. King Joshua and Queen Maya have been married for many years without having any children. It was not until the King of Pure Rice was 50 years old that Queen Maya became pregnant for the first time when she was 45 years old.

Lumbini Garden is one of the most important religious shrines in the world and was selected as a World Cultural Heritage in 1997.

Buddha's Enlightenment Ground Bodh Gaya

Bodh Gaya is the birthplace of Buddhism. Bodhgaya is Bodhgaya in Hindi. Bodh means wisdom in Hindi, and Bodh Gaya is the place of wisdom in Gaya. According to Buddhist scriptures, 2,600 years ago, the Buddha experienced asceticism and became a Buddha under a Bodhi tree here. Therefore, Bodhgaya also literally means the Bodhi tree of the city of Gaya. The town attracts thousands of pilgrims every year to pray, study and meditate.

Sarnath, where the Buddha first taught the Dharma

Luye Garden is located near the holy city of Varanasi on the Ganges River in India. It was the place where Sakyamuni first preached scriptures and turned the wheel of Falun after he became a Buddha 2,500 years ago. The five monks living in the residence of the immortals in Luyeyuan were not only the first batch of people to hear the Dharma, but also became the first batch of Buddhist monk disciples. Because of their beliefs and personal testimony, the most important "Three Treasures" of the Dharma inheritance - The Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha are all in the human world.

Luyeyuan later became a center of Buddhist samsara, but in Luyeyuan, people also discovered the monuments of Hei Ruga and Tara, which shows that the Vajrayana of Buddhism also spread here. In the late 12th century, Luyeyuan was looted by Turkish Muslims, and the buildings were severely damaged.

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