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Spiritual Tourism, a Crown of Nepal

19 Feb 2019 HYN

Spiritual Tourism, a Crown of Nepal

“Budhham Sharanam Gachchhami; Sangham Sharanam Gachchhami; Dhammam Sharanam Gachchhami”

Spiritual Tourism, a Crown of Nepal, a tiny country in middle point of the world is rich in beauty of nature, source of wisdom, origin of philosophy, platform of spirituality, foundation of religions.  Nepal has literally been recognized by the three phases of great civilization of Shiva Sabhyata (civilization) in Himvat. So Spiritual Tourism, a Crown of Nepal, Why
Kshetra (Himalayan belt throughout the Himalayan range of Nepal, Tibet,
North-west and North-east of India)., Janak Sabhyata in Janakpur, East- southof Nepal and Buddha Sabhyata in Lumbini.

Spiritual Tourism, a Crown of Nepal

Buddha, a form of enlightenment from Lumbini west-south of Nepal was the prince of Tilorakot, kapilvastu, Nepal. He was very unique person since childhood, so not allowed to go out of Palace. Few questions raised by him made him detached and finally left the palace and all concerns for seeking the new way of life. After enlightened, he started to aware the people with his wisdom, meditation, lesson through yoga and spiritual philosophy. Buddha introduced Jnana yoga, Dhyana yoga for sat-marga (True
path), bugle of peace and path of knowledge as a true message globally.

Spiritual Tourism, a Crown of Nepal
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means the union or equanimity. Literally yoga – a Sanskrit word that  refers to both the union of the self with the absolute and the vast array of techniques for achieving spiritual discipline, self realization and liberation, even in Hindusm, Buddhism and others. “Yogah Samadhi” yoga is Samadhi or Dhamma that means to have liberation or equilibrium. Meditation is one of the final or entire organs of yoga science for spiritual achievement. Meditation is the final weapon for Yoga or Samadhi. Now Buddha
 is getting popularity in the world.

Yoga and Buddhism have common roots stretching back thousands of years to ancient Bharatakhanda (Area covered by Afaganistan to Bali). Hatha yoga and Buddhism, which uses ethical practices, postures, breathe work as tools. Raja yoga and Budhhism use mantras and meditation
for awakening evolved distinctly different methods for pursuing their common goal of liberation. Yoga is an integral part of the spiritual schedule at Vipasana, Zen and Tibetan retreats. Buddhist mediators are starting to acknowledge what yogis have already long known: that the state of body profoundly affects the state of the mind and heart. Indeed, body, mind and heart are not separate entities but one interpenetration, unified system. The five ethics of yama in Ashtanga Yoga and panchasheela of Buddha are same codes like Ahimsa, satya, asteya, sat-adata and aparigraha.

Though the scenario might be flourished in the world, but it has been dimed till date lack of true knowledge and practices. In any civilization, yogic wisdom and means as spiritual practice was a common medium in order to correspond to human development. Message should globally be offered to spiritual sadhaka that Nepal is the perfect zone for sadhana due to the gravity range as the boon of nature.

For Promotion of spiritual tourism in Nepal, the government and concerned
institutions has planned the innovative and rational tourism packages focusing our historical, philosophical, spiritual, religious, socio-cultural issues.  They most determinedly execute in broaden scale.                      


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