Parinirvana Stupa is a famous Buddhist Temple of Kushinagar called death place of Gautam Buddha. This temple was built by the Indian Government in 1956 has Buddha image lying on its right side with the head of the north. The Statue is 6.1 M long and rests on a stone couch.
Kushinagar located around NH-28 and is 52 KM east of Gorakhpur City and known as international Buddhist pilgrimage center.
The Japanese temple kushinagar is most famous for the mesmerizing status of Buddha made of eight metals. The temple was built by Atago Isshin World Buddhist Cultural Association of Japan. The Japanese Monarchy funded for this temple. The Ashta Dhatu or the eight metals statue of Lord Buddha is worshiped here as a deity.
Ramabhar Stupa kushinagar is famous for Mahaparnirvana and tourist has carefully treasured the remnant of history.
It is more than 50 feet high and stand on a high mound that faces the road which is joins kushinagar to Deoria district of uttar Pradesh. Near this stupa, there is a street of water which is the Ramabhar jheel the completely dries up in the hot summer month.
The wat Thai Temple is a big and famous in kushinagar has constructed in the traditional Thai-Buddhist Architectural style. This temple constructed as a forest monastery due to which it is surrounded by varieties of trees, plants and shrubs.
The Wat Thai Temple, Kushinagar, can be seen from everywhere in Kushinagar which makes it all the more interesting. This is one of the holy places in Kushinagar.