Nepal and India are not just popular destinations for Adventure lovers and cultural encounters, but it is a complete venue for spiritual seekers following to path of Buddha invented his wisdom; Buddhism is the only way for daily life to change and get salvation from all sorrow for a human being. All Nepal Hiking is carefully designed for those spiritual seekers to follow the Buddha’s path.
In the 2nd century B.C., a band of nomadic monks selected the rock caves of Ajanta for their cloister and carved lofty, well-lit shrines and ministries. These Buddhist caves are the most ancient and the most priceless art heritage handed down to India in our day. Carved in these caves are the various events in Buddha’s last life and his previous incarnations, for he is believed to have been born as God, man, and even animal before his final birth, in which he attained salvation. Outstanding episodes from Buddha’s life are depicted in exquisite carvings and murals. In Ellora, the carvings in the caves present a serene reflection of Buddhist philosophy. For 1500 yrs., Ellora has served as a pilgrimage site for millions of visitors. At Ellora, you will find the greatest concentration of sculpture and cave temple architecture ever created by a man. This world-famous ancient religious center was made in homage to the gods of Buddhism, in an inflorescence of concentrated burgeoning forms, constructed by thousands of sculptors under the direction of priests and architects in the Centuries 6th to 10th A.D. carved out from the living rock, nestled within the mile-long crescent shaped rock face, these magnificent works of art serve the visitor to India as the essential lesson regarding the great historical and cultural part of the country. It is a site not to be missed, as it holds within it the essence of India Culture.