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Ramgram Stupa

Parasi, Nepal
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Only real relic stupa in the world

This stupa is the only real relic stupa left. One of the most important place for the Buddhist... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2015
7NRG
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Kathmandu, Nepal
Important pilgrimage site

From my Guest house, I organised a full day taxi hire to take in some of the monastic attractions... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2015
N N
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Borobudur, Indonesia
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13 Jul 2015
“Only real relic stupa in the world”
21 Mar 2015
“Important pilgrimage site”
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Parasi, Nepal
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Reviewed 13 July 2015

This stupa is the only real relic stupa left. One of the most important place for the Buddhist religion people. This is the only place that have the real relic of lord Buddha.

1  Thank 7NRG
Reviewed 21 March 2015

From my Guest house, I organised a full day taxi hire to take in some of the monastic attractions surrounding Lumbini... namely 'Tilaurakot' at Kapilvastu, 'Kudan', 'Ramgram Stupa' and a couple of other significant archeological sites. Some of them, completely new to me. I was...More

3  Thank N N
Reviewed 11 June 2014

Ramgram Stupa is the only unopened Stupa with Buddha relic. This is the one among 8 relic stupas constructed by eight princes right after 'Mahaparinirmana' of Buddha. Later in 3rd century B.C. Emperor Ashoka dug open rest of the stupas to redistribute the relic into...More

4  Thank itournepal
Reviewed 4 February 2015
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