Buddhism was founded in the 5th century at the advent of Lord Buddha. Within a few years, Buddhism spread all through Southeast Asia and the Far East. As Buddhism came into close contact with these new lands of cultures and religions, it was furnished by people of different backgrounds. Several modernized interpretations and schools were formed in these sites. For Buddhists, Pilgrimage is widely used as a significant facet of religious practice. For visitors of China, Japan, Korea, or Southeast Asia, a calm exploration to the Buddhist temple or shrine is a requisite part of their trip to India.
As per the Buddhist Canon, the four sacred Buddhist Sites have been visited by all who believe in the Buddhist faith. Along with Lumbini, Bodh Gaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar and a plethora of Buddhist attractions have festooned the Serene land of India. In Modern days, Buddhism continues to expand with a major influence in the countries of the Far East and Southeast Asia.
Some Other Prominent Buddhist Sites in India: