It is a district of Uttar Pradesh. It comes in Gorakhpur mandal. It is 40 to 50 Km. far from Gorakhpur itself. Kushinagar is not a city, it just a name of small place which is very famous just because of Mahatma Buddha. One of the famous Buddhist pilgrimage destinations was Kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh in India. Kushinagar also is revered as the place where Buddha gave his last sermon, Mahaparinibbana Sutta where he enlisted importance of four-fold pilgrimage featuring Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath, and Kushinagar for an inspiring pilgrimage.
The best period to attain: Reaching Kushinagar from October to April is the best period because the climate becomes pleasant and humid gets off from the weather. Summer is very hot in UP so better not visit the spot at such time. Rainy season starts from June to September so you can plan your trip according to your choice.
By Air: reaching the town is possible through different ways. However, road is the major source that maximum people are using for Kushinagar. Lucknow is the major city serving international flights from various nations. Flight for Lucknow is easily available from domestic as well as abroad places.
By Road: Kushinagar is easily reachable by road as simple road from Gorakhpur is properly maintained by the administration. UP roadways are having buses from Delhi, Lucknow, Bhopal and many other cities for Gorakhpur.
Kushinagar almost lost its value after the death of Gautama Buddha. However, town values increased after the visit of General A. Cunningham who tried to repair the religious spots of Kushinagar and introduced the town tom global visitors.