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Amritsar represents Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism equally

Amritsar represents Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism equally

AMRITSAR: The city of the holiest Sikh pilgrim Planning to visit Amritsar? Great idea! You must visit this city if you are an enthusiast of brotherhood and selfless humanity service introduced by Sikhism; it is located in the northwestern portion of India. Historically known as Ambarsar and Rāmdāspur, it is among

BODH GAYA – THE CITY OF BODHI TREE

Lord Buddha, the founder of the Buddhism, was born as Siddhartha to Emperor Śuddhodana. His family name was Gautama, and he married Yashodhara. As luxury lifestyle turned him dissatisfied, Gautama, who married Yashodhara, left his palace in search of peace and understanding of the world’s misfortunes. He said to have

BUDDHISM IN THE HIMALAYAS

BUDDHISM IN THE HIMALAYAS

Buddhism, based on the teachings of Siddhārtha Gautama, was started around the Kingdom of Magadha. It split into two branches – the Mahāsāṃghika and the Sthaviravāda – during the reign of Emperor Ashoka. Each of the branches further subdivided into numerous sub-sects throughout the subcontinent. The Theravāda in Sri Lanka

HIMALAYAS, THE CITY OF GODS

The Himalayan range is spread across India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, and China. The name of the range which offers some of highest peaks of the world, including the highest Mount Everest, is composed of two words – himá (snow) and ā-laya (receptacle, dwelling). It boasts over fifty mountains exceeding 7,200

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