turning wheel of Dharma. Following that initial conversation, he traveled throughoutnorthern India for 45 years teaching the rich and the poor, the powerful and the lowly, the beggars and the sages with deep compassion for all and with tempered wisdom and coollogic. He passed away peacefully at the age of 80 in Kusinagara. One interesting thing inGautama's life is that he was born under a tree, he achieved enlightenment under theBodhi ("tree of wisdom") tree, and gave his first sermon in an animal park, and he died between two trees.
ITINERARY:DAY 1 : LAHORE
Arrival at Lahore Air port ( by Singapore Air lines, Thai Air lines, PIA ,Emirates etc ) .Reception by our representative and transfer to Hotel Holiday Inn ****. Welcome drink.Evening at leisure to exlplore the Moghal's Bazar, Anar Kali Bazar etc. Over night inHotel.
DAY 2 : PESHAWAR
After breakfast move to Peshawar via motorway. Peshawar or Pushpapur was the land of Buddhist Pilgrimage for Chinese, Tibitians, Koreans and Indians when the Buddhism wasat its peak in the days of the Kushan Emperor Kanishka who ruled in AD 78.We stop for tea and to take photographs of 600 million old salt range. After lunch move to see theCultural Heritage Museum, Shakir Parian , Daman e Koh, and World Biggest MosqueThe Shah Faisal Mosque. Continue to Peshawar via Grand Trunk Road constructed bySher Shah Suri in 16 century AD from Kabul to Calcutta. Transfer to Hotel Greens.Evening at leisure to explore oriantal carpets and handicraft shops in Saddar Bazar. Over night in hotel.
DAY 3 : PESHAWAR
After breakfast visit the Peshawar Museum formely the Victoria Memorial Hall built in1905 which has the most extensive collection of Gandhara Art in the world .The