EXPLORING NEPAL, SWAYAMBHU MONKEY TEMPLE |Journey Nepal 2020- Ep 01 Journey Weblog #1



● BUDDHA PARK SWAYAMBHU●

Could Lord Buddha enlighten to everybody on the trail of affection, peace and reality.
1. Arya Abloketeshwor
2.. Sange Hopame Amitabha Buddha . 3.Guru Padmasambhava also called Guru Rinpoche!

*SWAYAMBHU ALSO KNOWN AS THE MONKEY TEMPLE *

Swayambhunath is among the many oldest non secular websites in Nepal, based concerning the starting of the fifth century CE.
Also referred to as the Monkey Temple as there are holy monkeys residing within the north-west elements of the temple.
Pilgrims ascend the 365 steps from the japanese aspect that lead up the hill, passing the gilded Vajra.

(Tibetan: Dorje). The brass-plated dorje (thunderbolt), is among the core symbols of Tibetan Buddhism Referred to as the vajra in sanskrit, The Thunderbolt is a logo of the ability of Enlightenment, which destroys ignorance, however is itself indestructible.

The White dome represents the earth. Two big Buddha eyes look out over the Kathmandu valley. Above the 13 re-gilded pinnacles use 20 kg of gold. The 13 pinnacles on the highest symbolise the 13 levels that people should cross by means of to realize nirvana.

Kathmandu Valley was as soon as a lake, out of which grew a lotus, and the hill rose from the waters. The Lotus was reworked right into a hill and the flower turned the Swayambhu stupa. 

Swayambhu, which means “Self-Arisen” or “Self-Created.”

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