India is regarded as the starting point of Gautama Buddha and Buddhism, but Nepal can be considered as the supporting pillar of Buddhism. Gautama Buddha was born in the royal family of Shakya clan of Kapilvastu in Nepal. The ancient kingdom of Kapilvastu still lies in the present day, Rupandehi district. Even though Nepal is considered as Hindu Kingdom, Buddhism had always been considered second. Buddhism is widely followed in the Northern part of Nepal especially in the ethnic group, Tamang, Magar, and Gurung. The history of Buddhism in Nepal dated back in the lifetime of Gautama Buddha. Most of Buddhist in Nepal follows mainly Tibetan Buddhism.