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Buddhist pilgrimage site in the Rupandehi District of Lumbini Province in Nepal. Wikipedia

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    One of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal and covers an area of 1,360 km2. Bhairahawa. Wikipedia

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    Municipality situated in Rupandehi District of Province No. 5 in Nepal. Formed merging the existing Lumbini Adarsha Village development committee to six other Village Development Committees i.e. Bhagawanpur, Tenahawa, Ekala, Khudabazar, Madhuwani, Masina. Wikipedia

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  • Town under Lumbini Cultural Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. Under a village administration and was merged to the municipality following a government decision implemented on 18 May 2014. Wikipedia

  • Town under Lumbini Cultural Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. Under a village administration and was merged to the municipality following a government decision implemented on 18 May 2014. Wikipedia

  • Town under Lumbini Cultural Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. Under a village administration and was merged to the municipality following a government decision implemented on 18 May 2014. Wikipedia

  • Town under Lumbini Cultural Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. Under a village administration and was merged to the municipality following a government decision implemented on 18 May 2014. Wikipedia

  • Town under Lumbini Cultural Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. Under a village administration and was merged to the municipality following a government decision implemented on 18 May 2014. Wikipedia

  • Lumbini Province

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  • Kapilvastu Municipality

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    Municipality and the administrative headquarter of Rupandehi District on the Outer Terai plains of Nepal, 265 km west of Kathmandu Nepal's capital. Closest city to Lumbini, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, which is located 25 km to the west. Wikipedia

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  • Town in Tilottama Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. Merged to form the new municipality on 18 May 2014. Wikipedia

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  • Devdaha

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  • Butwal

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  • Municipality in Kapilvastu District in the Lumbini Province of southern Nepal. Located 308 km west of Kathmandu, 47 km west of Butwal and 206 km east of Nepalgung. Wikipedia

  • Rolpa District

    A "hill" district in Lumbini Province of Nepal. Area of 1,879 km2 with population of 221,177. Wikipedia

  • Arghakhanchi District

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  • Village development committee in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4908 people living in 758 individual households. Wikipedia

  • Village development committee in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9221 people living in 1701 individual households. Wikipedia

  • Village development committee in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4008 people living in 621 individual households. Wikipedia

  • Village development committee in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 3278 people living in 521 individual households. Wikipedia

  • Rural Municipality in Rupandehi District in Province No. 5 of southern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 7542 people living in 1265 individual households. Wikipedia

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  • Similarly, the Lumbini (Rumminidei) inscription states that he exempted the village of Buddha's birth from the land tax, and reduced the revenue tax to one-eighth.Ashoka-Wikipedia
  • Some hagiographic legends state that his father was a king named Suddhodana, his mother was Queen Maya, and he was born in Lumbini.Buddhism-Wikipedia
  • Emperor Ashoka made a pilgrimage to Lumbini and erected a pillar at Buddha's birthplace, the inscriptions on which mark the starting point for properly recorded history of Nepal.Nepal-Wikipedia
  • The Buddhist tradition regards Lumbini, in present-day Nepal to be the birthplace of the Buddha.Gautama Buddha-Wikipedia
  • Ashoka's Rummindei pillar inscription states that he visited Lumbini during his 21st regnal year.Ashoka-Wikipedia
  • In a particularly famous Edict, the Rummindei Edict in Lumbini, Nepal, Ashoka describes his visit in the 21st year of his reign, and designates Lumbini as the birthplace of the Buddha.Brahmi script-Wikipedia

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