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An ancient hill town Tansen, 1350 meters above sea level, is the administrative headquarter of the Palpa district and lies in the Lumbini zone of west Nepal. Tansen is the best and nearest hill station in southwest Nepal. This hill station is famous for various kinds of handicrafts, textiles,s and organic coffee. Karuwa, a water jug made of bronze, a typical Nepali cap & shawl made of Dhaka textiles are legendary souvenirs from Tansen, Palpa. This place is renowned for its mild climate. Though there are many historical places and things to see due to limited time I roamed for one hour only.
Batasae Dada also known as Windy Hills is one of the most beautiful places where mild wind keeps blowing every time.
People use organic compost as fertilizer which is also good for vegetable farming. We can see these types of compost in most of the villages of Nepal. Organic compost is made up of cow manure and hay.
A typical Nepali cap is also known as ” Nepali Dhaka Topi” m Dhaka textile. Shawls, Nepali bags, west coats, etc are very good souvenirs for any visitors to take back their home.
In the Vedic language ‘Sanskrit’, Lumbini means ‘The lovely’. It is a holy Buddhist pilgrimage situated in the Kapilvastu district of the western Terai region of Nepal. Lumbini is the birthplace of Buddha. It is nearly 300 kilometers from Kathmandu and 190 kilometers south of Pokhara. This place is listed as a world heritage site. There are many Buddhist Stupas and temples to see. This place is full of peace.
The Myanmar Temple ( Lokamani Cula Pagoda ) is the most fascinating temple in Lumbini. It is a gleaming gold and white structure gracefully soaring into the sky in the Shwe-dagon in Yangon
Shanti Deep is a never-ending flame that symbolizes peace.
As soon as Buddha was born he walked seven steps northwards on lotus petals raised his right-hand forefinger and spoke.
The pond where Mayadevi, mother of Buddha take bath after Buddha was born.
There are more monasteries and temples to visit. All you need is you should have enough time to visit all these sacred sites and know their meaning. I can’t post more pictures because this is my unplanned trip due to my limited time schedule.
March 31, 2014 at 1:18 pm
Really lovely photos. Are you planning to go to Lumbini for Buddha Purnima? Where was the Dhaka textile shop? I need to buy Dhaka Topi for my dad when I come. After you are looking so nice in the shawl I think I might get one! :p
March 31, 2014 at 4:42 pm
What a splendid tour — Thanks so much for sharing, Sister!
April 1, 2014 at 5:33 am
Buddha Purnima is a long way to come so I haven’t planned. There are various Dhaka textile shops in Tansel, Palpa bazaar. You can buy dhaka topi and Shawl in Indrachowk of Kathmandu, this is the best gift Nepali man love..I hope you dad will be much pleased. Prices and qualities may vary according to the material. Thanks for your comment
April 1, 2014 at 5:34 am
Thanks a lot , Brother . Love and blessings from my side too.
April 1, 2014 at 5:28 pm
Great pics Alisha, especially the Myanmar Temple. And love the hat!
April 3, 2014 at 5:09 am
Myanmar temple is most beautiful among other temple and monastery in Lumbini. Thanks for liking my pictures Amelia. 🙂