A scared tour to the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini will no doubt experience the existence of divine power. Lumbini lies in the southern Terai plains of Nepal, where the ruins of the previous city can still be seen. Lumbini has since been a holy ground for Buddhists everywhere on earth. The renovated garden and surroundings of Lumbini have the remains of many of the traditional stupas and monasteries. A large stone pillar erected by the Indian Emperor Ashoka in 250 B.C. bears an inscription regarding the birth of Siddhartha in Lumbini. a very important part of Lumbini is the temple of Maya Devi, it has the stone inscription of Maya Devi giving birth to Siddhartha Gautam holding on the branch of a tree.
Another important archeological site close to Lumbini is Kapilvastu which evokes the traditional palace where Lord Buddha spent his early
life. Scattered foundations of the palace are still seen and archeologists have recently discovered thirteen consecutive layers of human habitation dating back to the 8th BC.