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Parinirvana Stupa and Parinirvana Temple

Kushinagar, India
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Must see place if you have interest in Buddhism

This place is known as final resting place of Gautam Buddha, built to commemorate the nirvana and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Anuj S
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Chicago, Illinois
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Parinirvana Stupa

This stupa built to commemorate parinirvana of lord buddha. Here you can take picture, and at the... read more

Reviewed July 12, 2017
markos_prawira
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Bogor, Indonesia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This place is known as final resting place of Gautam Buddha, built to commemorate the nirvana and allow visitors and followers to relive Buddha era. Very peaceful and calm atmosphere. Also very well maintained. Outside the main temple, you can see the ruins of hundreds...More

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Reviewed July 12, 2017

This stupa built to commemorate parinirvana of lord buddha. Here you can take picture, and at the foot, there's a window that can be opened so that you can touch the foot of sleeping buddha statue. (But need to ask permission the guard there)

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Reviewed July 10, 2017

Several people throng to this temple for reliving the era of Budha. Serene and calm. Must see in Kushinagar.

Thank Saumitra G
Reviewed July 1, 2017

The final resting place of the Buddha. Beautiful, tranquil gardens with the temple spectacularly situated in the middle. Full of visiting pilgrims and monks. A fascinating experience.

Thank Marc E
Reviewed May 22, 2017

the pariniravana stupa and parinivarna temple in kushinagar, is where lord buddha died...the temple is very well maintained...

Thank karthicksudarsan
Reviewed May 6, 2017 via mobile

A perfectly charming hour spent visiting the shrine and grounds. The statue is impressive and the chanting of the monks a peaceful experience. Thoroughly recommended

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Reviewed April 15, 2017 via mobile

A bit garish and I'm sure it's great for the dedicated faithful but apart from its historical significance it really It a bit of a five minute wonder.

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Reviewed March 18, 2017

Parinirvana Stupa is a Buddhist temple in Kushinagar, India which said to be death place of Gautam Buddha. Chandra Swami, a Burmese Monk, came to India in 1903 and made "Mahaparinirvana Temple". The reclining Nirvana statue of the Buddha is inside the Parinirvana Stupa. Statue...More

Thank AbhayKrSinha
Reviewed March 1, 2017 via mobile

The stupa lies in the complex of parinirvana temple and is worshiped as gratitude to Gautam Buddha. The Kushinagar is an old city and where Buddha got salvation. The old name of the city was Kushinagar.

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Reviewed January 28, 2017 via mobile

Visited this place along with the family. The place is divine, peaceful and extremely important in terms of history and depicts the last days of lord Buddha .... The place has the respective stupa which is under the archeological survey of India ... There are...More

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