[SPAM] The Rock On Which Sita Used To Sit In Ashok Vatika Being Brought To Ayodhya

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[SPAM] The Rock On Which Sita Used To Sit In Ashok Vatika Being Brought To Ayodhya

Video of Buddhist relic shared on FaceBook and Twitter as a rock on which Sita used to sit in Ashok Vatika being brought to Ayodhya

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The Rock On Which Sita Used To Sit In Ashok Vatika Being Brought To Ayodhya

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Verification: The Monks brought a sacred Buddha relic from Sri Lanka to Kushinagar

Video of Buddhist relic shared on FaceBook and Twitter as a rock on which Sita used to sit in Ashok Vatika being brought to Ayodhya. The claim on the video is “The Rock On Which Sita Used To Sit In Ashok Vatika Being Brought To Ayodhya.” Check the links shared below to know the facts:

In fact, the monks brought a sacred Buddha relic from Sri Lanka to Kushinagar. It was any rock on which Sita used to sit in Ashok Vatika. It is not brought to Ayodhya.

The video report by the Times of India was published on 20 October. According to the TOI report, the CM of UP received the Buddha relics at the airport. A team of 123 Sri Lankan delegates accompanied the relics.

Press Information Bureau (PIB) tweeted on 19 October and informed about the celebrations of Abhidhamma Day and mentioned the sacred relic. According to the press release, eminent monks from Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, South Korea, Nepal, Bhutan, Cambodia, and ambassadors of various countries to take part in the event. The exposition of the Holy Buddha Relic being brought from Waskaduwa Sri Subuddhi Rajvihara Temple, Sri Lanka will also take place. The relic shown in the viral video can be seen in all the tweets shared with a real event. Check the screenshot of the Holy Buddha Relic from the PIB press release:

. The National Council Of Science Museum (NCSM), Ministry Of Cultures, and India In Srilanka also tweeted about the same event.

The Union Minister For Culture, Tourism, And Development Of North Eastern Region- G Kishan Reddy via Twitter on 20 October with the caption “Performed ceremonial worship on the arrival of the Sacred Buddha relic from Sri Lanka on the occasion of Ashwin Poornima Also welcomed Buddhists Monks on their arrival. The exposition of Holy Relic will take place during celebrations of Abhidhamma Day today at Kushinagar, UP.”

Abhidhamma Day is celebrated on the full moon day of the 7th Burmese Lunar month. It is celebrated to mark Buddha’s return to this earth after preaching the Abhidhamma Pitaka. In Buddhism, the Abhidhamma Pitaka is an important scripture. As a result, this day is celebrated with a lot of fervor. The ancient city of Kushinagar is the final resting place of Gautama Buddha, where he attained Mahaparinirvana after his death.

Kushinagar is among the most important pilgrim spots for Buddhists since ancient times.

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Post Date: 09 Nov 2021

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