Lumbini the birth place of Buddha : 

Lumbini  Maya Devi Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in south west of Nepal. It is considered one of the holiest places for Buddhists as it is believed to be the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama, who later became known as Lord Buddha. The temple complex is centered around the sacred garden, which is said to be the exact spot where Buddha was born. The key Highlight visiting the temple includes Maya Devi Temple, dedicated to Buddha’s mother, Queen Maya Devi, and the Ashoka Pillar, erected by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century BCE to commemorate his pilgrimage to the birthplace of Buddha. The site also features monasteries built by various Buddhist nations, each showcasing unique architectural styles and cultural aspects. The Lumbini Museum provides insights into the history and significance of the site, displaying artifacts and relics related to Buddhism. Tourists can explore the serene surroundings, visit the archaeological ruins, and gain insight into the life and teachings of Buddha. Lumbini Temple attracts pilgrims and travelers seeking spiritual enrichment and a glimpse into the historical and religious significance of this sacred site. Overall, Lumbini Temple and its surrounding attraction offer a profound spiritual and cultural experience for tourists, allowing them to connect with the origins of Buddhism and explore the rich heritage of this sacred site. People who joining Kailash Manasarovar can visit Lumbini for 1 or 2 days trip from Kathmandu before going to Kailash Mansarovar yatra. Please let us know if you wish to take a trip to Lumbini  before joining Kailash tour.