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Where is laos country
Laos is located in the centre of Southeast Asia, the geographic coordinates are 1800 N and 10500 E.

This small completely landlocked country is widely covered by largely unspoiled diverse and rich tropical and sub-tropical forest. The thickly forested landscape consists mostly of rugged mountains in the north and with some plains and plateaus in the south.

The highest point in the country is Phou Bia (Phou = mountain), reaching 2,820 metres (9,252 feet), that is located in Xiang Khoung province in the north of Laos.

Total area of the country is 236,800km out of which 230,800 sq km is land (about 70% of this is mountainous) and another 6,000 sq km is water.

Map of LaosThe country shares borders with Thailand, Myanmar, China, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

The Mekong River flows throughout the entire country that forms a large part of its western boundary with Thailand, north-western boundary with Myanmar and southern boundary with Cambodia. Whereas mountains form most of the eastern border with Vietnam and northern border with China.

VISAKHA BUCHA day VISAKHA BUCHA (Vesak) means the worship of the Buddha on the full moon day of the sixth lunar month. It usually falls in May. In the case of a year with an extra eighth lunar month--Adhikamasa (there are 13 full moons in that year)-- the Visakha Bucha Day falls on the full moon day of the seventh lunar month.

BIRTH-ENLIGHTENMENT-PASSING AWAY
The Vesak full moon day (The full moon day of Sixth lunar month)

Visakha Bucha Day is one of the most important days in Buddhism because of three important incidents in the life of The Buddha, i.e. the birth, the enlightenment and the passing away, miraculously fall on the same month and date, the Vesak full moon day. .So each year, Buddhists throughout the world gather together to perform the worship to recollect the wisdom, purity and compassion of the Buddha

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
The Buddha was a king by birth. His clan name was Gotama. He was born in Sakya Kingdom, eighty years before the Buddhist Era (around 2625 year ago), at Lumbini Park (now called Rummindel, in Nepal, north of India), in Madhayama Pradesa, located between Kapilavastu, capital of the Sakya Kingdom and Devadaha, capital of the Koliya Kingdom, on Friday, the Vesak full moon day in the year of the dog.

Prince Siddhatha (the Buddha's personal name) was the son of King Suddhodana and Queen Sirimahamaya. On his birthday, Queen Sirimahamaya who was pregnant, wanted to pay a visit to Devadaha wich was her native country.

In the morning of the Vesak Full moon day, the Queen left Kapilavastu on a visit to Devadaha. Approaching a lovely park of Sals trees called Lumbini, located between the two capitals but nearer to Devadaha, the Queen wanted to visit the park and when she arrived at a Sal tree she started contractions and gave birth to a son there. When the Kings of Kapilavastu and Devadaha learned this, they were very happy and arranged a procession back to Kapilavastu.

Prince Siddhatta was brought up in the midst of luxury, led the happy life of a privileged youth and married at the age of 16 to Princess Yasodhara or Bimba who bore him a son, Rahula.

He discontened and took on the life of a wandering ascetic a the bank of the Anoma River. He was then 29.

He studied the mystic practices of the foremost Brahmin ascetics and realized that such practices were not the way to enlightenment. He went on his own way applying the reflective thought of conscious meditation to a rational simple life of moderation.

At the age of 35, he attained Enlightenment at Uruvelasenanigama subdistrict, Magadha State, (nowadays, located in the area of Buddha Kaya, Bihar State, India), on Wednesday, the Vesak Full moon day, the year of the cock, forty five years before the Buddhist Era.

The Dhamma discovered by the Buddha was Ariyasacca or the Four Noble Truths, namely:

The Noble Truth of Suffering
The Noble Truth of the Origin of Suffering
The Noble Truth of the Extinction of Suffering
The Noble Truth of the Path leading to the Extinction of Suffering

After having attained Enlightenment, the Buddha wandered from place to place teaching his discoveries to people who are accessible to instruction, helping large numbers of them achieve various levels of spiritual attainment. He sent his followers to spread Buddhism in capitals, cities and upcountry, until Buddhism was firmly established and widely spread.

The Buddha passed away on Tuesday, the Vesak full moon day in the year of the small snake under the two Sal trees in the Sala Grove of the Mallas in Kusinara, capital of the Malla State, (nowadays located in Kusinagara of Uttrarapradesa, India) at the age of eighty (around 2545 years ago).

The performance of the rituals on Visakha Bucha day had been continuously observed in Jambudavipa or India, the motherland of Buddhism, for a long time before Buddhism spread to Sri Lanka and laos, Thailand. There, the Visakha worship has been continually observed to the present day.
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Love

Posted on November 30, 2011 at 13:58 4 Comments

Love is a war, easy to start but very hard to stop.

Top of the list

Posted on February 14, 2011 at 14:46 1 Comment

Top of the List
On Valentine’s Day,
when I think of the people
I care about and value,
you are at the top of the list.
Like a rainbow
glistening through the rain,
like a glowing green spring
after a cold gray winter,
you are a joy and a delight.
Like a good book, a cozy fire,
or a cup of cocoa (with marshmallows),
you are a comfort to me.
I appreciate you.
Happy Valentine’s Day!

love

Posted on February 12, 2011 at 1:16 2 Comments

If you love someone,
put their name in a circle,
instead of a heart,
because hearts can break,
but circles go on forever.

hope

Posted on February 12, 2011 at 1:13 2 Comments

Behind the clouds and mist of cold
The warming light of sun doth show
Within the depth of darkling night
The stars yet shining out their light.

Will the time come to light my days
And shed those pain and lone away
Will someone come and hold me near
I long for thee to stop my tears

Will there be sun behind my clouds
Or will my star ever be found
I long, I wish, o my heart cries
For someone I could call as mine.

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At 2:21pm on April 16, 2013, Dieu Trang gave noy a gift
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thank you my friend, you are very nice
At 4:00 on February 13, 2012, Nyamka said…

Thank you for adding me as a friend,,,

At 13:19 on April 17, 2011, alice said…
dear,Noy thank you for such a nice word.your pictuure is so sweet too
At 14:33 on March 18, 2011, aunglinwai said…
nice to meet u. i am visiting your page. accept me as your friend.
i need your help.drop me a line.
have a nice dream!
At 14:48 on February 14, 2011,
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Hi dear Noy,

I invite you to participate with my Adventure#3, please check out My adventure in The MyEC Photo Gallery#3 : Instructions , enjoy with us, thanks!

 

-Nadiyah-

At 7:46 on February 11, 2011, Natalia Pangestu said…

thanks for ur add

nice to meet u...

At 16:54 on December 30, 2010, 2qhjkhpngeab82qhjkhpngeab8 said…
At 5:34 on December 16, 2010, Irina said…

Hello Noy! Thanks for your news. I was surprised i thought you are a girl.

 But it's interesting to make friends. I am from Saint- Petersburg.

 My city is historical and cultural center  of Russia.

   On my photo it's cathedral in winter.

        Best wishes, Irina

At 18:01 on December 15, 2010, Irina said…

Hi Noy! Thanks for your words to me How is getting on? I am fine and you.

                                                           love and hugs.

At 5:21 on December 13, 2010, Irina said…

 

Good morning! My friend, How are you?

 

 
 
 

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