Nepal is a country of great contrasts – in northern sides Himalayan peak such as world roof Mt.Everest to plain in southern part. The ancient city Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, with its own introduction and important meaning of oneself which bring to us there with the colorful old bazaars to so called modern department stores as well, and many hundreds of temples, Stupas, Secrets signs and symbols, friendly and hospitable inhabitants.
It is situated between India and China. Nepal covers an area 147,181 km2 (56,827 sq mi), and its latitude is the 54 KB.
The Kathmandu Valley has been popularly known as a living museum in the world; it is a vast storehouse of ancient arts, culture, with more shrines and temples. There is saying that there are many more temples than houses, where goddess, gods and deities were resides since pre historical era. And, definitely there were living gods and goddess than people resides. So amazing Kathmandu city hold the color of life, ancient tradition, unique food attitude, and many more nature beauty as well. The mixtures of ethnic groups are living together since its establishment such as Hindus and Buddhists. And we can get a chance to meet such as Sherpa, Newars, Thakalis, Chhetris, Tibetans, Rais, Gurungs,Tamangs and many culturally rich society with others.Within the valley there are three major cities: Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, all are established on the base of spiritual with secrets Tantra. All cities have own unique stories and myth from unknown time period. And, this is an opportunity for you have a time to explore all three beautiful cities.
You will see the ancient time architectures, how time brings the many changes in the name of developments in humankind and what the impacts are today. The world famous paintings, arts and crafts, many different places will be manifest with the brief introduction during this tour. Kathmandu possesses some very special qualities. Walking into the secrets alleys, unique daily life, and their attitudes from the early morning to dark, you will see the different scriptural practices at worship.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02: Swoyambhu Mahachaitya
Day 03: Namo Buddha
Day 04: Boudhanath Stupa
Day 05: Kathmandu
Day 06: Fly Home Back
Pick-up at Tribhuvan International Airport, Introducing with your guide and transfer to the hotel. First impressions of Kathmandu (1 350 m) – walk to medieval Kathmandu Durbar Square and explore the beautiful complex of palaces, temples, shrines and courtyards built by the ancient Nepali kings between the 12th and 18th century. We will bring you to our office in Kathmandu and Thamel – the vibrant tourist area with hotels, restaurants and bakeries. We get to know each other over a welcome dinner at Nepali Chulo (authentic Nepali food with cultural show).
Swomabhu – the self-originate Great Stupa of on the hill of the west of Kathmandu. It is said that the myth of its origin is also the myth of the valley’s origin. It tells the many more ancient and Buddhist stories and its development. The self-originate stupa tell us the all the enlightening beings past Buddhas and their role of how to benefit to the all sentient beings since the earth appeared to till, this mundane Samsara. This most sacred sites has always been the most important power place for not only the all Buddhists, it is for all including non-Buddhists and non-believers of any sects. It is considered to be the most powerful shrine in the Himalayas. (Full day in Mahachitya Premises). In here we will introduce the Newar Buddhism as a part of Vjrayana Buddhism, which are practicing since before the Shakymuni Buddha period.
Namo Buddha, a unique and special stupa is fourth most important Buddhist sanctuary after Lumbini, Swoyambhu and Bouddha. Situated in just 10 km east of Kathmandu, on the top of the small hill side, according to the ancient Jataka (the collection of the stories about the previous life of Shakyamuni Buddha) the stupa is believed to have been built on the relics of the Prince Mahasattva, who was the previous life of the current Shakyamuni Buddha. We can witness how awaken one Shakya Muni Buddha pass his previous life time and how he made a success to offer generosity to attend enlighten. In here we introduce the Tibetan Buddhism and monastic daily lives as a part of Vajrayana Buddhism.
To the east of Kathmandu, on the old road to Tibet, in a depression above the Bagmati River, lies Boudhanath, one of the largest and scared Stupa in the world. It towers above a small Tamang and Newar villages, Boudha which since the arrival of Tibetan inhabitents has become the center of a thriving ethnic Tibetan town of monasteries. Like Swoyambh, Boudhanath has its roots in Newari history, but in the past few centuries it has increasingly become associated with Tibetan Buddhism. Today it is their main center of worship in the valley and one of the major destinations of all pilgrims. It is very popular among with Tibet, and southeastern and eastern Asia. Apart from its ancient Newar history, Tibetan Buddhist myth and legend color it, define it, and endow it with human significance. In here we will showcase how history is mingled with the cycle of the wheel and how this mundane life is running out life of cycle as per told by Bhava Chakra (cycle of wheel).
Rest Day or Shopping
We drop you at International Airport in Kathmandu. We hope you enjoy the tour.
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