The English city of Liverpool, which areas of the historic center were classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is renowned for being the birthplace of the most famous pop band of all times, The Beatles.
The city, one of the most important British ports, is located in the English historical county of Lancashire and is located in the in the estuary of River Mersey, in coast of the Irish Sea, in the northwest region of England; administratively Liverpool is integrated in the metropolitan county of Merseyside.
Every religion and culture has its own customs, and it is important to know the do’s and don’ts before visiting a place of worship. The following applies to visiting a Buddhist Temple:
Do's at a Buddhist Temple
- Pay your respects to Buddha: When you enter a Buddhist temple, make sure you bow in front of Buddha statue, by doing this you will show your respect and humbleness toward Buddha.
Buddhism is a religion that was founded by Buddha also known as Gautama Siddhartha. It began in Nepal about 2,600 years ago, from where Buddha was born at Lumbini. The land of near Kapilavastu which was apparently the birth place of Suddhodana,