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Buddhist Temples in India

main  idol at the Thai temple Buddhist Temples at Bodhgaya

Thai Temple, the first monastery in Bodhgaya structured in 1956, was opened at the time of Budh Jayanti. Supported by Royal Thai Embassy and managed by Thai monks the Thai Temple attracts global traveler’s attention within this mighty Buddhist vicinity.

Built by Diajokyo Society of Japan

Structured and managed by Vietnamese monks

Buddhist Temples at Sarnath

Situated very close to Sarnath managed by Thai Buddhist Monk

Situated close to Sarnath managed by Chinese Buddhist Monk

Placed very close to Sarnath managed by Japanese Buddhist Monk

Buddhist Temples at Kushinagar

Thai Temple
Wat Thai Kusinara Chalermraj
Wat Thai Kusinara Chalermraj controls under the patronage of Wat Thai Bodh Gaya, Bihar, and with the benefaction of the Royal Thai Embassy, New Delhi, and the Royal Thai Consulate - General, Kolkata.

His Holiness the superlative Patriach of the Kingdom of Thailand, Somdej Phra Yansangvara, executed the sacred inauguration of this Temple on 21st February B.E. 2542 (1999)

Address : P.O. Kushinagar, Dist. Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, India, PIN-274 403.
Tel: 091-05564-71189
Fax: 091-5564-72089
E-mail: info@buddhist-pilgrimage.com, info@buddhist-pilgrimage.com
Website: www.watthaikusinara.org
Name of President/Incharge: Phra Videshbodhikun (Ven.Veerayuddho)

Accommodation for Bhikkus and that of Pilgrims are divided from each other. All the rooms are festooned with modern conveniences and facilities to make all pilgrims comfortable.

We can only hold those pilgrims who have been referred by our committee in Thailand or familiar to us.

Staying option is also offered for 3 days. The travelers who want to prolong their trip need to have prior permission.

Distance: From Railway Station: 55 kms from Gorakhpur Railway Station

Situated adjacent to Mahaparinirvana temple

Address: P.O. Kushinagar, Distt. Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, India, Pin-274 403
Tele-fax :( 91)-05564 271019
Name of President/Incharge: REV. T. N. TRI THUAN

Rooms: 22 Non AC Rooms have the capacity to accommodate 120 Pilgrims
New wings with more rooms under construction
Meditation Hall: can accommodate 300 Pilgrims
Food: Serves Chinese, Vietnamese, Continental and others - Only vegetarian
Distance: From Railway Station: 55 kms from Gorakhpur Railway Station

Buddhist Temples at Lumbini

Thai Temple is an imminent Thai Monastery close to Lumbini Garden which supports of Royal Thai Embassy Nepal managed by Thai monks.

Vietnam Temple is the emerging Vietnamese Monastery near Lumbini Garden controlled by Vietnamese monks.

Korean Temple is the growing Korean Monastery near Lumbini Garden managed by Korean monks.

Buddhist Monasteries at Ladakh

Shey Palace and Monastery
Shey, around 15kms south of Leh, crowns a knoll and reproduce in a mirror-still lake positioned at its base. A two-storey high, gilded Maitreya Buddha image decorates the monastery and thus captures the attention of millions of travelers towards its serene locale.

Thiksey Monastery
Thiksey Monastery is a fine example of the Ladakhi art and architecture, positioned on top of the hill and part of Gelukpa order. The 12 sline-height:21px;padding-left:10px;ey monastery complex consist of plentiful stupas, statues, thankas, wall paintings, swords and a large pillar stamped with the Buddha's teachings.

Hemis Monastery
Hemis takes its name from the prominent Buddhist Gompa placed here. The combination of exotic wildlife, culture, art, and natural brilliance makes Hemis a perfect travel destination for Buddhist as well other pilgrimage.

Stok Palace and Monastery
Stok Palace is located 10 kms from Leh, a major pilgrimage attraction, the only museum of Ladakh. It Houses one of the most precious belongings of the earlier royal families. Stok Palace captures pilgrimage attraction to a much greater extent. The rare precious stones, old Thanks, Queens’s jeweler, arms & armory and the Royal Crown of the King are the ultimate treasures of the place.