Places where Gautama Buddha stayed


Places where Gautama Buddha stayed

There are various types of places where Buddha stayed. The most important kind are those monasteries which were given for his (or the Sangha's) use. Also, sometimes he was invited to stay in someone's garden or house, or he just stayed in the wilderness (a forest without owner). All these places are located in the Gangetic Plain (located in Northern India and Southern Nepal).

Monasteries

Owned by the Sangha. Originally offered to Buddha and/or the Sangha.

Savatthi:
* Jetavana. The following huts were used by Buddha: Gandhakuti, Kosambakuti
* Pubbarama. Migaramatupasada
* Rajakarama

Rajagaha:
* Veluvana: Kalandakanivapa
* Jivakambavana
* Gijjhakata

Kosambi:
* Kukkutarama
* Ghositarama
* Pavarika-ambavana
* Badarikarama

Vesali:
* Kutagarasala
* Ambavana

Kapilavatthu:
* Nigrodharama

Saketa:
* Kalakarama

Gardens

Buddha used to stay there as a guest in someone's garden or forest

Kosambi:
* Udakavana

Nalanda:
* Pavarika's mango grove

Thullakotthika:
* Koravya's Migacira Park

Kammassadhamma:
* The fire-hut of a brahmin of the Bharadvaja-clan.

A wilderness area

These places had no owner, and generally nobody lived there.

Bodhgaya:- Mahabodhi tree and surroundings

Benares:- Isipatana (Sarnath)

Gaya:- Gayasisa hill

Savatthi:- Andhavana

Kosambi:- Simsapavana

Campa:- Grove of Champaka-trees

Parileyyaka: - Rakkhitavanasanda: Bhaddasala tree

Saketa:- Anjanavana

Vesali:- Beluvagama village

Madhura:- Gundavana

And many other places...

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Mithila:
* Makhadeva ambavana

Alavi:
* Aggalava Cetiya (shrine)

Pataligama:
* Kukkutarama

Bhaddiya:
* Jatiyavana

Kajangala:
* Veluvana
* Mukheluvana

Kimbila:
* Veluvana

Rajagaha (Other places):
* Sítavana
* Pipphaliguha (Pipphali cave)
* Udumbarikáráma
* Moranivápa: Paribbájakáráma
* Tapodarama
* Vediyagiri: Indasálaguhá
* Sattapanniguhá
* Latthivana
* Maddakucchi
* Supatitthacetiya
* Pásánakacetiya
* Sappasondikapabbhára
* the pond Sumágadhá.

Vesali:
* Pátikáráma
* Válikárám
* Udena cetiya
* Gotamaka cetiya
* Sattambaka cetiya
* Bahuputta cetiya
* Sárandada cetiya
* Kapinayha cetiya


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