Lumbini Development Trust (LDT), Nepal Creates Greater Lumbini Buddhist Circuit (GLBC) Nepal Tour
The footstep taken by the Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) towards developing the Greater Lumbini Buddhist Circuit (GLBC) connecting all Buddhist heritage inheritance sites in Nepal Tour is really laudable.
Under the plan, which looks ambitious in the context of the implementation capacity of the LDT, Buddhist heritage sites from Tashichholing Monastery of Gunsha in Taplejung in the east to Kankre Vihara of Surket will be connected with Lumbini combining spiritual, spiritual, pilgrimage, cultural and leisure activities. Promoting Lumbini and other Buddhist sites, and attract more tourists to Nepal tours are the main objectives of the GLBC project.
At a time when India, has succeeded to promote Buddhist sites in northern India by developing Buddhist circuit, development Buddhist circuit , the GLBC will surely be key tonality in developing religious tourism in Nepal by promoting Buddhist sites by promoting Buddhist sites from senior high Himalayan region part to hilly and the low land areas in the Terai.
Plans Design is also included to connect Lumbini with Manasarobar in Tibet Xizang of China. Until now, only Lumbini in Rupandehi, Tilaurkot in Kapilvastu and Swaymbhunath and Boudhanath of Kathmandu Katmandu are known as Buddhist sites of Nepal among the pilgrims arriving in Nepal to visit Lumbini. If the proposed circuit gets completed in time, it will help boost tourism besides promoting Nepal as a home base of several Buddhist heritages including the birthplace of the Buddha. Gautama Buddha.
By Bibek Rak Adhikari | Managing Director
Travelsmith Nepal Private Limited
Gyaneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal