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International Flight start from Kushinagar Airport 06th Sept ,2020 from Amar Ujala

International Flight start from Kushinagar Airport Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Uttar Pradesh is a prosperous state from the Buddhist circuit point of view. Six major sites including Kushinagar are in this state. The central and state governments are advancing employment opportunities through tourism. In this sequence, the flight will start from the International Airport of Kushinagar within the next two months. Many countries including Sri Lanka, Japan, Singapore wanted to connect by air with Kushinagar. But due to not having a systematic system, there was a problem. Kushinagar will be the fourth international airport of the state. It is a matter of pride for the entire Purvanchal.
The chief minister came to inspect the under-construction international airport at Kushinagar on Sunday. After a review meeting of Airport Inspection and Officers with Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and State Aviation Minister Nand Gopal Nandi, the Chief Minister said that construction of 17 airports in the state is going on with the help of Central Government. Five years ago, UP had only two international airports,

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IndiGo to launch flights on Buddhist circuit from Aug 13 Jun,2019 from https://m.dailyhunt.in/

IndiGo to launch flights on Buddhist circuit Budget carrier IndiGo Thursday announced the launch of 12 new direct daily flights on the Buddhist circuit, connecting Kolkata , Gaya and Varanasi , starting August. Effective August 8, IndiGo will commence flight operations on Kolkata - Gaya, Kolkata Patna, Kolkata Varanasi and Gaya - Varanasi routes along with additional frequency on Kolkata - Varanasi route, the airline said in a release. Bookings on these routes are open from Thursday, it added.

IndiGo Chief Executive Officer Ronojoy Dutta had during the post-Q4 earnings analysts call said that the airline is building the Buddhist circuit connecting Gaya, Varanasi, and Gorakhpur.

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Kalachakra empowerment postponed to 2017

The 34th Kalachakra empowerment scheduled to be held in January 2016 has been postponed by a year owing to the Dalai Lama’s busy schedule. Sikyong (Prime Minister of Central Tibetan Administration) Lobsang Sangay announced the postponement during a press conference, according to Tibet.net..

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Myanmar seeks help to save Buddhist temple in Varanasi

Security of a Buddhist temple and monks from intruders here has turned into a diplomatic issue with the Myanmar embassy in India seeking intervention from the ministry of external affairs (MoEF) after the district administration allegedly failed to provide the required help. Officials confirmed that a letter (dated December 17), written by MoEF under secretary (Myanmar section) Shweta Singh, seeking security at the Buddhist temple near Cantt Railway station, has been received by the district administration. District magistrate Pranjal Yadav said "appropriate action is being ensured in this connection".

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10 Famous Buddhist Temples in world

Buddhism is a major world religion and philosophy founded in northeastern India in the 5th century BC. It is based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, commonla known as “The Buddha”, who was born in what is today Nepal. Buddhism takes as its goal the escape from suffering and from the cycle of rebirth: the attainment of nirvana. There are between 230 million and 500 million Buddhists worldwide. An overview of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world

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Top 10 Buddhist Holy Places

Buddhism is a major world religion, and propounds a philosophy that is based on the teachings of the Buddha. The Buddhists venerate Buddha as the supreme enlightened being who sought out enlightenment not for himself but for everyone. It is regarded as one of the most practical religions in the world, and is also among the most popular. The roots of Buddhism date back to the 5th and the 6th century BC India. Buddha was born as Siddhartha Gautama at, Lumbini (now in Nepal) to Suddhodhana, a Shakya chieftain. Buddha’s teachings spread to different parts of Asia

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