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Buddha's Relic Recovered

The Chinese archaeologists have found a very small "pagoda" -- it sounds more like an ornate reliquary shaped like a pogoda -- that allegedly contains a gold coffin bearing part of the Buddha's skull inside a silver box. Scans have confirmed there are two metal boxes inside the pagoda, but no one has opened it to look at them. Apparently the scientists will not open the pagoda until they can do so without harming the contents. There is speculation the relics were in one of the 84,000 stupas said to have been commissioned by Ashoka the Great Empire of India (304 - 232 BCE). After the Buddha's cremation, his remains were divided into eight parts and placed into eight stupas. The Emperor Ashoka opened the stupas, further divided the relics and had them enshrined in 84,000 stupas scattered throughout his empire. In the late 6th century the Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty had stupas built all over China as a means to unite long-divided northern and southern China, further dividing the Buddha's relics. Many other stupas have been built in China, and elsewhere in Asia, since. One suspects that if the World-Honored One were reassembled, he'd be hundreds of feet tall and have numerous heads, legs, and hooves. 

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Lumbini Buddhist circuit tour is a visual aid to life of Buddha. Lumbini and its surroundings have over 60 archeological sites including Lumbini – the birthplace of Buddha.   

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Nepal was safe haven for Buddhist practitioners from primordial time. Many Siddhas and masters like Nagarjuna, Padmashambhava, Naropa, Tilopa etc got enlightened in the serenity of the Himalayas. Visit these power places to feel the energy.  

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