Dr. Ramakanta Mishra is engaged in research related to Buddha's birthplace and Asokan Inscriptions since 2006. Since December 2015 he has given full time to such research. The book 'Lumbini Uncovered', which was published in June, 2017, is the result of such research. He has three decades of experience in industry and teaching. He loves gardening and maintains a rooftop garden. His other interests are Science, Mathematics and Management.
Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, was lost centuries ago. Rummindei of Nepal was identified as Lumbini based on an Aśokan edict found there. Later, the same edict was found in Kapileswar, which would indicate this place to be Lumbini too. But how can there be two Lumbinis? This unsolved puzzle of 90 years has been solved in this ebook. Actually none of them is the Lumbini. How was it solved?