Archeological Excavations to find out Lord Buddha’s maternal home

Archeological Excavations to find out Lord Buddha’s maternal home

Posted Apr 15th, 2012 under Company News, Tourism News,

The Department of Archeology under Nepal Government has begun excavations at Bhawanipur, Kerwani in Rupandehi  believed to be Lord Buddha’s maternal home. Archeologists are trying to unearth evidence of Devdaha being the actual home Lord Buddha’s mother Mayadevi by conducting detailed excavations at the above site.

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Marker stone marking the exact spot of Lord Buddha's birth inside Mayadevi Temple, Lumbini

(Pic: Julien Van Loye)

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