PM can make big announcement for Indo-Nepal Buddhist circuit
Kushinagar, May 11 (H.S.). Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cultural visit to Lumbini (Nepal) on May 16 on Buddha Purnima is likely to give a big boost to the Indo-Nepal Buddhist circuit.
It is believed that the Prime Minister can also announce a major project to facilitate the movement of Nepalese and Indian Buddhist circuits by air and road. Actually three important sites of Gautam Buddha are located in India. The Mahaparinirvana site is located in Kushinagar and Sarnath is the first preaching place in Varanasi. The place of attainment of knowledge is located in Bodh Gaya, Bihar. All these places including Lumbini are the centers of Buddhist devotees from all over the world. Devotees from different countries visiting the Indian Buddhist circuit also visit Nepal. There is also a large section of Indian Buddhists visiting Nepal. The Buddhist monk Ashok, who worships the PM in the Mahaparinirvana temple, is a holy place for Buddhist followers around the world, but the Indian Buddhist circuit is not easy to travel through. For this, an effective and far-reaching plan should be made so that philosophy can be easy. If tourists get convenience, a positive environment will be created and the relations between these countries will be strengthened.