Tag Archives: sanskrit words

ANGKOR WAT

Angkor Wat is the number one attraction in Cambodia. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest religious monument. Originally built as a Hindu temple, Angkor Wat remains crammed with stone reliefs and statues of Vishnu, … Continue reading

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YOGYAKARTA – PART 2

Yogyakarta is a sanskrit words. “Yogya” means proper or suitable and “Karta” means prosperous, and some belief this name was derived from indian city of Ayodhya, the birth place of Rama.

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BODHGAYA

Our next destination is Bodhgaya, the place where Gautam Buddha became enlightened. Its took 4 hours to reach Bodhgaya from Varanasi and I’m so glad that manage include Bodhgaya in my itinerary. Bodhgaya, also known as Uruvela in the Buddha’s time, and today … Continue reading

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