Cultural tour in Nepal is a very ideal kind of idea to do. The country is highly rich in cultural as well as traditional diversities. Nepal is a homeland to outnumbered temples, monasteries, gumbas and pilgrimage sites. These are the major assets of the country and prime attractions for tourists. Along with native Nepalese, pilgrims from faraway corners of the world come to Nepal in order to visit and worship these kind of sites.
Nepal was once called a Hindu kingdom. But, in order to demotivate discrimination, the name was removed then. However, Hinduism is the primary religion here making Buddhism, Muslim and other secondary ones. Most of the population are Hindus that makes it the primary one. Temples, monasteries, gumbas and other pilgrimage sites all around the country are visited, worshipped and preserved by people of their respective religions. It’s more amazing to know that ‘Lord Gautam Buddha’; who was known to get enlightened through peace and meditation was born in Lumbini, Nepal. He strictly demotivated non-violence and paved the path of love and peace. A large monastic zone in his birthplace Kapilvastu, Lumbini has been made where only Buddhists gumbas and stupas are meant to be built rather than houses, shops, hotel or any kind of other public buildings.
A cultural tour in Nepal takes you through various major sites of the country. Among them, sites such as Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Maha Boudha, the monastic zone in Lumbini and Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan have been declared as World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. Also there exists various ancient form of art and cultures that are highly attractive. Being culturally and traditionally rich, it becomes a very ideal idea to explore around these places of the country.