The minds and souls of the Buddhist monks are linked up with the Power Supreme. They give the people courage to break outdated customs and traditions besides rejecting the blind faiths. Buddhism yearns for something more than a life of materialism that gives deeper meaning and happiness, they describe it as “spiritual.” Significance of Buddhism..
Situated on the banks of river Gomti, which is a tributary of holy river Ganga, Naimisharanya is located in district Sitapur at a distance of 90 km from Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. According to the Bhagvat Purana, this place is called Naimishe Animisha Kshetra or the abode of Animisha, a name of Lord..
Braj is the land of Lord Krishna. This beautiful region combines the echoes of the Mughal Past and much older legends of Lord Krishna who is supposed to have lived 5,500 years ago in the same region. A journey to this place enables the amalgamation of both the ‘Bhakti’ of Lord Krishna and the Mughal..
Jyon Naino Mein Putli, Tyon Maalik Ghat Mahin Moorakh Log Na Janhin, Baahar Dhudhan Jahin (Like the pupil is in the eyes , Your God lives inside you, The ignorant don’t know this, they search him on the outside.) -Kabir Das For some souls, their remembrance is enough to bring a breath of fresh air..
Sravasti is a district situated on the banks of river Rapti. Located approximately 176 km far from Lucknow, it is named after King Sharavasta and is a part of the Buddhist Circuit which also includes Bihar, Nepal and states of Uttar Pradesh. Being once the capital of Kosala Kingdom the place has many temples, stupas..