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World Peace Pagoda, Pokhara


Nepalnews
2022 Apr 13, 11:10, Pokhara
World Peace Pagoda, Pokhara Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

This is the first Peace Pagoda built in Nepal and 71st in the process of building World Peace Pagodas around the world. Positive peace message is conveyed in this area by the construction of the Pagoda. All the people who come to visit this place can experience peace in abundance. Most Ven. Nichidatsu Fuji of Nipponzan Myohoji is the first foundation of stone on 12 September 1973 A.D



ISIPATANA
Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
ISIPATANA Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

ISIPATANA:

At present it is named as Sarnath. It is situated near the most ancient city of Varanasi. Here the perfectly self enlightened Buddha had turned the wheel of the Dhamma giving his first sermon to the five gentle ascetic Brahmin group. 

Buddhagaya
Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
Buddhagaya Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

Buddhagaya:

The ancient peaceful, suitable, exertive and secluded forest for highly developed mental training practice 

LUMBINI
Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
LUMBINI Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
KUSINARA
Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
KUSINARA Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

KUSINARA

The ancient famous Sala grove of Mallas. 

Late Mr. Meen Bahadur Gurung 
Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews
Late Mr. Meen Bahadur Gurung Photo: Bidyash Dangol/NepalNews

Late Mr. Meen Bahadur Gurung who remained Nepal's first elected deputy defence minister in 2015 B.S. As the founder donor of this BISHWO SHANTI STUPA, he has also played vital role in the democratic movement of Nepal. For that he has been trailed many times as well as while constructing the STUPA.

Way to stupa
Way to stupa

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