Boudhanath

Boudhhanath Stupa

Bouddhanath is among the biggest Stupas in South Asia, and it has come to be the focal point of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. The white hill looms 36 meters overhead. The Stupa is placed on the aged barter track to Tibet, and Tibetan shippers rested and offered petitions to God here for a large number of centuries. When exile from Tibet entered in 1950s, a hefty portion of them chose to exist around Bouddhanath. They created a significant number of gompas, and the “Small Tibet” of Nepal was born. This “Small Tibet” is still the fit place in the Valley to recognize Tibetan lifestyle. Monks in maroon robes