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UNESCO’s Activities In Lumbini And Tilaurakot Bring New Life To Buddhist Heritage Sites UNESCO enhanced its efforts to conserve Buddhist sacred and ancient city sites in the Greater Lumbini Area with the aim of preserving a piece of history. Lumbini was inscribed on UNESCO’s List of World Heritage in 1997 as the place where Gautama Budd...
UNESCO, (2015)
Japan continues funding to safeguard Tilaurakot in the Greater Lumbini Area The Department of Archaeology of Nepal, and UNESCO will sign an agreement, in the presence of Japanese Embassy, tomorrow, 23 March 2018 to implement the third phase of the three-year project, titled “Strengthening conservation and management of Lumbi...
UNESCO, (2018)
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon visits Lumbini on November, 2008. #BanKiMoon #SecretaryGeneral #Visit #Lumbini #Photo #2008...
UN, (2008)
Lumbini Support Project Lumbini was inscribed on UNESCO’s List of World Heritage properties in 1997 as the place where Gautama Buddha was born in 623 BC. The criteria for inscription in the World Heritage List are defined in the Statement of Outstanding Universal Value. “A...
UNDP, UNESCO, (2013)
Lumbini The Birthplace of Lord Buddha in Nepal- Completing the Kenzo Tange Master Plan Lumbini was inscribed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage properties in 1997 as the place where Gautama Buddha was born in 623 BC. The criteria for inscription in the World Heritage list are defined in the Statement of Outstanding Universal Value. “As...
UNDP, UNESCO, (2013)
Review of the Kenzo Tange Master Plan for the Sacred Garden -Final report The Kenzo Tange Master Plan (KTMP) has been the official master plan for the development of Lumbini for over 30 years. The plan covers a project area of 1x 3 miles with a Circular Levee and Central Link and it is widely known about in Nepal.The pro...
GoN, UNESCO, (2013)
The Sacred Garden of Lumbini Perceptions of Buddha’s Birth Place Lumbini is one of the most sacred places in the world. Over many centuries people have developed visions of the place where Gautama Buddha was born. There are certain attributes and characteristics that are part of the common understanding of Lumbini...
UNESCO, (2013)
Lumbini the Birth Place of Lord Buddha in Nepal- Completing the Kenzo Tange Master Plan Lord Buddha was born as Prince Siddhartha Gautama of the Shakya Kingdom in the gardens of Lumbini in 623 BC. His journey in this world began in the gardens of Lumbini when his mother Queen Mayadevi was travelling from Tilaurakot,the capital of the Sh...
UNDP, UNESCO, (2013)
Identifying Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-term Protection- Report of the First Season of Field Operations 2011 The site of Lumbini in Nepal was identified as the birthplace of the Buddha by Dr Fuhrer of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1895 due to the presence of an Asokan inscription, and supported by records from the fourth century AD Chinese pilgrim F...
GoN, UNESCO, (2011)
Identifying Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-term Protection- Report of the First Season of Field Operations 2012 The site of Lumbini in Nepal was identified as the birthplace of the Buddha following its discovery by General Khadga Sumsher J.B. Rana and Dr Fuhrer of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1895 due to the presence of an Asokan inscription, and supp...
GoN, UNESCO, (2012)
Identifying Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-term protection Report of the Third Season of Field Operations 2013 The site of Lumbini in Nepal was identified as the birthplace of the Buddha by General Rana and Dr Fuhrer of the Archaeological Survey of India in 1896 due to the presence of an Asokan inscription and with the support of records from the fourth centu...
GoN, UNESCO, (2013)
Strengthening Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, a World Heritage Property is located in the Rupandehi district of the Lumbini Zone, which is situated in the plains of Southern Nepal. Lumbini was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1997 as the birthplace ...
GoN,UNESCO, (2013)
Strengthening conservation and management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property - Conservation of Archaeological Remains - Final report The inscription of Lumbini in the World Heritage List in the year 1997 was based on criteria (iii) and (vi), which refer respectively to: (Criterion iii) As the birthplace of the Lord Buddha, testified by the inscription on the Ashoka pillar, the sa...
GoN, UNESCO, (2013)
Environmental Impact Assessment of Industrial Development Around Lumbini, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property Lumbini was inscribed onto the World Heritage List in 1997 as the birthplace of the Lord Buddha which is testified by an inscription on the Ashoka Pillar. This sacred area in Lumbini is one of the most holy and significant places for one of the world...
IUCN, UNESCO, (2013)
Heritage Impact Assessment of Tourism on Lumbini World Heritage Property Tourism is a key component in the management of World Heritage properties that has negative and positive impacts on the significance and values of a site. Proper visitor management can mitigate negative impacts and enhance the positive aspects for th...
UNESCO, (2013)
Strengthening conservation and management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property. UNESCO project FIT/536NEP4001 - Integrated Management Framework - Final draft The “Integrated Management Framework” for Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, is a document adopted by the Government of Nepal. It defines the frameworks within which the “Integrated Management Process” is implemented and constitutes the “Man...
GoN, UNESCO, (2013)
Summary of Environmental Imapct Study of Industrial Development Around Lumbini- the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha and a World Heritage Property An interdisciplinary study team comprised of ecologist,EIA expert,statistician, scoio-economist,GIS expert, architect, biochemist was formed. Six Village Development Committees (VDC) [Ama,Bisnupura, Gonaha, Kamhariya, Labani and Madhuvani] located cl...
IUCN, UNESCO, (2012)
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT - Of Industrial Development Around Lumbini, The Birthplace of The Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha lies in the district of Rupandehi, which falls in the Western region of Nepal. It is a World Heritage Site (inscribed in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World He...
UNESCO, (2012)
Strengthening Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, a World Heritage Property is located in the Rupandehi district of the Lumbini Zone, which is situated in the plains of Southern Nepal. Lumbini was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1997 as the birthplace ...
UNESCO, (2013)
Environmental Impact Assessment of Industrial Development Around Lumbini, the Birth Place of Lord Buddha, World Heritage Property Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha lies in the district of Rupandehi, which falls in the Western region of Nepal. It is a World Heritage Site (inscribed in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World He...
UNESCO, IUCN, (2013)
Identifying, Evaluating and Interpreting the Physical Signature of Lumbini for Presentation, Management and Long-Term Protection: Interim Report of the Second Season of Field Activities Within the framework of the UNESCO/Japanese Funds-in-Trust for the Preservation of the World Cultural Heritage, and in close cooperation with UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the UNESCO Kathmandu Office, the authors continued to implement the program...
UNESCO; GON, (2012)
World Heritage Sites in Nepal Our Heritage: Our pride, our responsibility explore Nepal's World Heritage sites with Fulmaya and Pasang. Our parents and their parents and their parent's parents have looked of for our heritage for hundreds of years. They took care of it so that tod...
UNESCO, (2012)
Lumbini: Present Status and Future Challenges Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 in recognition of its universal religious and archaeological significance. In recent years, several conservation issues have caused the international community ...
UNESCO, (2006)