Past Pad Yatras

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Between 5th March and 5th April 2013, more than 1000 participants joined in Sri Lanka to begin an epic walking journey, promoting peace and eco-friendly way of living. This was the first pad yatra outside of India and a state visit well arranged by the Sri Lankan government.

More than 600 participants joined this time to walk from Mumbai to Sanchi Stupa, India. The amount of non-biodegradable rubbish more than doubled from the last two Eco Pad Yatras, proving that the more densely a place is, the more it is needed to implement proper recycling facilities.

From Drilbu Ri (Lahaul) to Hemis (Ladakh), the Gyalwang Drukpa took more than 700 monks, nuns and lay devotees (and 300 mules and donkeys) on a 42-day treacherous walking journey of 400km - for purification, for spreading the message of love and for educating the Himalayan people about preserving their environment in the Himalayas, an important water source for half of the world's population

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2014 Eco Pad Yatra For Peace

A Pad Yatra is not only a physical journey, but also an inner journey of transformation.

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The 7th Eco Pad Yatra

Come and join the walking pilgrimage and visit the holy sites of Buddha, blessed by the Buddha,...

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Where Are We Going

The most important places of pilgrimage in Buddhism are located in the Gangetic plains of Northern India...

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How To Get There

Since there will be a lot of complicated onground arrangement for the Eco Pad Yatra, interested...