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ANCIENT KAPILAVASTU: The Sakya Territory and Sakya Capital City Proper Where Siddhartha Trod ANCIENT KAPILAVASTU: The Sakya Territory and Sakya Capital City Proper Where Siddhartha Trod view more
List of Monasteries Here are List of Monasteries in Lumbini Development Trust Area. Please Download the Link. view more
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Message from UNSG As Secretary General of the United Nations, I sincerely hope that the life, philosophy and the teaching view more
Master Plan "the overall intent is to reinforce the symbolic entity of the Lumbini Garden in its simplicity and clarity" view more
Overview of Lumbini In 623 BC, Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini. In 1985 AD, Lumbini Development Trust was formed for the view more
Help Us To Develop Lumbini The trust accepts any contribution in cash or kind. If you wish, you can even name the Trust as a beneficiary view more
Master Plan "the overall intent is to reinforce the symbolic entity of the Lumbini Garden in its simplicity and clarity" view more

Lumbini Development Trust was formed by the Lumbini Development Trust Act 2042 (1985) for the purposes of restoring the Lumbini Garden under the master plan. In the national level LDT was constituted in order to present before the people of the world and commitment of Government of Nepal to project goal and ideal of development of Lumbini.

Lumbini is the traditional birthplace of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, who was born in the 7th or 6th century BC.According to Buddhist tradition, Maya Devi (or Mayadevi) gave birth to the Buddha on her way to her parent's home in Devadaha in the month of May in the year 623 BC. Feeling the onset of labor pains, she grabbed hold of the branches of a shade tree and gave birth to Siddharta Gautama, the future Buddha. The Buddha is said to have announced, "This is my final rebirth" as he entered the world. Buddhist tradition also has it that he walked immediately after his birth and took seven steps, under each of which a lotus flower bloomed. In 249 BC, the Buddhist convert Emperor Ashoka visited Lumbini and constructed four stupas and a stone pillar. Ashoka's Pillar bears an inscription that translates as: "King Piyadasi (Ashoka), beloved of devas, in the 20 year of the coronation, himself made a royal visit, Buddha Sakyamuni having been born here, a stone railing was built and a stone pillar erected to the Bhagavan ["blessed one"] having been born here. Lumbini village was taxed reduced and entitled to the eight part (only)".

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Master plan Lumbini Center is located at the intersection of the Siddhartha Nagar-Taulihawa Road, which is expected to be the principal approach route to Lumbini garden.
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