Ramagrama, the relic stupa of Lord Buddha

Date of Submission: 23/05/1996
Criteria: (i)(iii)(vi)
Category: Cultural
Submitted by:
His Majesty's Government of Nepal - Min.of Youth, Sports and Culture. Department of Archaeology
Coordinates: Nawalparasi District, Lumbini Zone, Western Terai
Ref.: 843
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The only undisturbed original stupa containing relics of Lord Buddha. Built in 6th century B.C. and enlarged by being enveloped with bricks subsequently. The site includes adjacent monasteries.