World Peace Pagoda
The white central dome pavilion near the Lumbini pastoral area and its long paved stone path leading up to the staircase of the Lord Buddha’s golden statue at the entrance offer eternal bliss to this tranquil place. This place encourages us to make world peace possible. Never miss a spot to visit!
Bishwa Shanti Stupa
The Pagoda is the starting point for the Lumbini Grand Plan’s central axis, with the other end being the Maya Devi Temple. The distance from the Pagoda to the temple is approx. 3, 2 km.
From the top of the World Peace Pagoda
The adjoining Excavator Sanctuary can be seen from the top of the Game Peace Pagoda. This protected piece of land is intended to provide a natural habitat for the endangered Sarus Cranes in the area.
The Global Peace Pagoda is a Lumbini Nepal Buddhist statue, World Peace Pagoda (Biswa Shanti Stupa), also known as the Nippon, a Peace Pagoda. It was planned and built by Japanese Buddhists for about a million US dollars. The Buddha as he was born is portrayed in the dazzling golden statue. Near the Stupa’s base is the grave of a Japanese monk murdered by anti-Buddhist terrorist groups during the memorial’s construction.
The World Peace Pagoda’s Highlights (Bishwa Shanti Stupa)
In their search for global peace, Lumbini, Nepal, a Pagoda of Peace, is a Buddhist ploy intended to unite people of various ethnicities and beliefs. A Unity Pagoda is a Buddhist stupa built to concentrate on men of all races and beliefs and help unite them to search for world peace. Lumbini, Nepal.
- Points of interest & landmarks, landmarks & sculptures, building features!
- Adjoining the World Peace Pagoda, the Lumbini Crane Sanctuary offers breathtaking views of the Stupa through the wetlands.
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- Relatively close to the World Peace Pagoda, the Lumbini Crane Shrine provides breathtaking views of the wetlands. In the northern portion of Lumbini Park, situated further within. A bicycle can be hired at the entrance to begin cycling. In the middle, the magnificent building has a cathedral that can access one of the two escalator flights connecting to it. On the second level, there’s a corridor encircling the dome. The Symbol of Peace is open all days of the week for one and all to visit, explore, learn, and get inspired to walk the path of non-violence and live life in unity, which is necessary in the world today.