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Buddhist Monastery Destinations in Nepal

Buddhist Monastery Destinations in Nepal

Posted by on Mar 19, 2012 in Monastery | 0 comments

Buddhist Monastery Destinations in Nepal: A worldwide Buddhist Pilgrimage place is Nepal. Approx 11% from the population of Nepal follows Buddhism.Nepal invokes images from the snow-capped parts of the Himalayas, and endless trekking opportunities. True enough, those images really are a mainstay in Nepalese culture, but there’s a lot more exoticism...

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Historical Tourism – Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Historical Tourism – Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Posted by on Dec 10, 2011 in Monastery | 0 comments

Paro Taktsang (spa phro stag tshang / spa gro stag tshang), may be the popular name of Taktsang Palphug Monastery, a prominent Himalayan Buddhist sacred site and temple.‘Taktshang’ or Tiger’s Nest Monastery was originally Built in 1692, the word ‘Taktshang’ translates to “Tigers Nest” and there is an interesting legendry story behind how this hanging...

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Meditation in Polish Catholic Monastery

Meditation in Polish Catholic Monastery

Posted by on Nov 15, 2011 in Monastery | 0 comments

Meditation in Polish catholic Monastery and celebrate new years eve in PolandNew instances, new expectations An rising quantity of depression and suicide testifies that present planet is sick and psychology which was to become the remedy for all evil just isn’t a substitute for religion. Many people say that poping as much as Sundays mass does not...

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Buddhist Monks and Monasteries in Thailand

Buddhist Monks and Monasteries in Thailand

Posted by on Nov 2, 2010 in Monastery | 0 comments

Thailand Monasteries and Religious development of Buddhist Monks The Buddhist brotherhood is composed of four assemblies of Buddhists, namely, monks, nuns, laymen too as laywomen. Monks too as nuns form the monastic section even though laymen too as laywomen form the lay section. The two sections follow the path of the Buddha at diverse levels. The monks...

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The first Russian monastery

The first Russian monastery

Posted by on Aug 9, 2010 in Monastery | 0 comments

In 988, contacts of ancient Kiev together with Constantinople drought deep cultural impact as well as Kiev became the birth-place as well as center of Russian Christianity, based upon the Greek Orthodox Church. The 1st church appeared in Kiev inside the mid-ninth hundred years however it was Grand Prince Vladimir who declared Christianity since the state...

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