Short Buddhist Tour

Short Buddhist Tour

06 07 : SBTINDI0012

INR 45000

INR 46200



Arrive Delhi International/ Domestic Airport , Railway / bus  Station Meet Company Representative Welcome Then Transfer to Hotel  Relax at Hotel .


Delhi - Lucknow - Saravasti

After morning breakfast transfer to airport for lucknow then drive to saravasti checkin hotel and take lunch then go for sightseeing of saravasti including -  Sahet  Mahet Stupa , Jeta Vana & Stupa , Sudata Stupa , Anguli Mala Stupa etc then back to hotel for dinner & Over Night at hotel.

Highlights Of The Day

Sahet Mahet Stupa : The ancient city Saravasti is now represented by the group of its remains called as Sahet- Mahet. Sahet, the most famous site of Buddhist monastery is known as Jetavana Mahavihara. One of the most famous stupas here are the two stupas namely Pakki Kuti and Kachchi Kuti. Other monasteries include Gandha Kuti, Jetavan garden and Kosamba Kuti.

Sudata Stupa : The ancient mold of ruins is located mear Pakki Kuti which is also known as Kachchi Kuti (modern name Kachcha Brick). During the period of Prasenajita the king of Saravasti, a wealthy merchant named Sudata lived here. He was the reason Lord Buddha went there. As there were no monarities there Sudata built a stupa for Buddha.

Angulimala Stupa : The Angulimala Stupa is one of the major monuments you will find in Saravasti city. It was excavated along with many other ruins in 1863 in Saravasti. The stupa was named after a dacoit who belonged to the dredges of the ancient society. The legend reflects the abolition of the caste system that Buddha propagated.


Saravasti - Kushinagar - Vaishali

After Breakfast drive to vaishali via sightseeing of Kushinagar , on arrive vaishali check in hotel take dinner and overnight at hotel. Of The Day

Kushinagar : Kushinagar is a place where Ramabhar stupa is situated and is believed that Lord Buddha attained salvation and was cremated. It is situated on the banks of the Gandak River in Uttar Pradesh. The Buddhists from around the world consider it as a holy place and visit it before, they leave their last breaths.


Vaishali - Nalanda - Rajgir - Bodhgaya

After Morning breakfast sightseeing of vaishali including budhha relic stupa , Ananda Stupa then drive to Bodhgaya via sightseeing of Nalanda university, Gridhakutta, visit  Venuvana & Bimbisara Jail then drive to Bodhgaya check in hotel take dinner & over night at hotel.

Highlights Of The Day

Buddha relic stupa - This is 5th-century stupa, is now in ruins, but it was one of the eight location where Buddha's ashes were buried.

Ananda Stupa - Gautama Buddha preached his last sermon. Lord Buddha announced his approaching Mahaparinirvana (death) just three months in advance. In 383 BCE the Second Buddhist council was convened here by King Kalasoka. It contains one of the best-preserved Ashoka Pillar.

Nalanda University  : Nalanda University was founded in the 5th century CE. It was already destroyed two times before the last time it was ransacked and destroyed by an army of the Mamluk dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate under tha Bakhtiyar Khilji in 1200 CE. The remains of the Nalanda University revived again 19th century when the site was surveyed.

Griddhakuta Hill : Griddhakuta hill literally means “Vulture’s Peak”.  At the top of the foot of which are hot sulfur springs, crowded with the people seeking a medicinal dip.

Bimbisara Jail : This place once was a jail where Bimbisar was jailed by his son Ajatsatru, and starved him to death. It is believed Bimbisar was spending all his wealth for propagation of Budhhist faith. If you see from outside, its only barren land,surrounded by hills.

Venuvan Temple : One of most sacred sites of Rajgir, this used to be favorite resort of Buddha during his stay at Rajgir.




After Morning Breakfast go to Visit Mahabodhi Temple , Mahabodhi tree and Sujata Stupa , then take lunch at hotel take rest then in evening go to Mahabodhi Temple then back to hotel take dinner and overnight at hotel. Of The Day

Mahabodhi Tree - Behind the Mahabodhi Temple, there is a Bodhi tree planted since early 19th century. Several Bodhi trees might have been replanted using the saplings from earlier Bodhi tree. During Mauryan Emperor King Ashoka's period, his daughter, Sanghamitta, took a branch from the Bodhi tree from Bodh Gaya to Sri Lanka, and planted in a place near the city of Anuradhapura.

Sujata Stupa - The village of Bakraur is believed to be the home of Sujata, who is said to have fed Gautama Buddha milk and rice shortly before he attained illumination. A stupa dedicated to Sujata has been erected in Bakraur.


Bodhgaya - Varanasi

After morning Breakfast drive to varanasi , on arrive check in hotel take lunch later Visit Ganges for Evening Arti Puja then Back to Hotel Dinner & over Night at hotel. Of The Day

Ganges for Evening Arti Puja - The river Ganges rise in an Ice Cave, 4140 m high in the Himalayas, the Ganges, also known as Ganga, is a trans-boundary river of Asia which flows through the nations of India and Bangladesh


Varanasi - Delhi - Out

Early Morning visit Ganges to see the sunrise with boat ride then back to hotel for breakfast then check-out hotel then go for sightseeing of Sarnath , Sarnath Museum , Chokhandi Stupa  then transfer to airport for next destination of back to home.

Highlights of the day

Sarnath : Sarnath is famous as the site of deer park where Gautama Buddha first taught the Dharma and where the Buddhist Sangha came into existence. It is one of the four main Buddhist pilgrimage destinations. After the enlightenment Gautama Buddha travelling to Sarnath, Buddha had no money with which to pay the ferryman to cross the Ganges, so he crossed it through the air.

Sarnath  Museum : According to Archeological Survey of India, Sarnath Museum is the oldest museum in the country. The museum houses more than 6000 artifacts and ancient sculptures. The museum proudly houses the Lion Capital of Ashoka, the famous exhibit of this museum. Besides, it also depicts the richest collection of edifices and sculptures which comprise of Buddhist remains.

Chokhandi Stupa : Chuakhandi Stupa is an important Buddhist Stupa. Stupa had evolved from burial mounds and serve as a shrine for relic of the Buddha. The Chaukhandi Stupa is thought originally to have been built as a terraced temple during the Gupta period between 4th and 6th century to mark the site of Lord Buddha.

Tour End & Thanks to visit a memorable trip

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Delhi - Lucknow - Saravasti - Kushinagar - Vaishali -  Nalanda - Rajgir - Bodhgaya - Varanasi - Delhi - Out