Sagarmatha, also known as Mount Everest draws major tourist attention to Nepal, a small country situated between the mountains of High Himalaya. However, in the shadow of the mountains, lush green valleys and flowing rivers live to tell the history of human civilization. History of Nepal dates back to several centuries.
Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, the prophet whose graceful teachings of peace, love and harmony has spread till the far eastern corners of the world and shaped culture and social order of many nations. “Buddhang Saranang Gacchami&rdqu
The man’s connection to monuments is as eternal as the life itself. It portrays the value through which we have been living and aging across different centuries and eras.
Same is the case with Buddhist monuments. But, these are in grave danger now. So what can we do to save them? As we speak, many websites are already participating in the showdown of progressing toward doing their best for saving these precious monuments and temples.
Buddhism-centered websites are catered towards promoting each and every aspect of Buddhism, their importance in today’s world,
Peace and chaos: the two stages of life never fail to appear in a cyclical order. Peace promises stability, growth, love. It flows in like an ancient river, nurturing every soul planted by her banks. Peace is when a glorious sunset evokes poetry in the human mind and thus gives birth to excellent artistic endeavors, in poetry, music and sculptures.
The idyllic order of the peaceful states soon gets disrupted, as chaos finds a way. And historically, chaos has always been a tr