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Randomly selected Culture in Bihar

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Patna
This food is covered with rice flour and stuffed with lentil paste, along with spices and pickle. The dumpling is then steamed or fried and makes for ...
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Rajgir Mahotsav, previously known as the RajgirNrityaMahotsav, is a festival of dance and music or it can also be referred to as the annual cultural f...
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Chhath is a Vedic ritual dedicated to Hindu solar deity Surya, and goddess Shashthi (also called Chhathi Maiyya). It has also been mentioned in both t...
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Sonepur Fair is held at Sonepur, on the banks of the River Ganges. This fair is the Asia's biggest cattle fair which is held for about a month.; Durin...


Randomly selected Destinations in Bihar

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Pawapuri
Pawapuri, or Apapuri, 38 Kilometers from Rajgir and 101 Kilometers from Patna, all sins end for a devout Jain. Lord Mahavir, the final Tirthankar and ...
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Bodh Gaya
Around 7 km from Bodh Gaya, on a hill, is located Pragbodhi (meaning prior to enlightenment). It is believed that Lord Buddha spent seven years living...


Randomly selected Monuments in Bihar

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Bodh Gaya
An ancient stupa, Sujata Garh is believed to be the place where Lord Buddha meditated, following severe penance of fasting before he attained enlighte...
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Bodh Gaya
Archaeological Society of India Museum houses an excellent collection of various Buddhist and Hindu relics, mostly related to the Pala period (8th to ...
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Patna
Located near the banks of river Ganges and constructed at the site of Sher Shah's fort, this building was transformed into a beautiful museum after be...
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Nalanda
Established in 1971, the Archaeological Museum is situated in front of the famous ancient centre of learning in Nalanda. Their collection comprises of...


Randomly selected Nature in Bihar

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Begusarai
Kawar (Kabar) Lake Wildlife Sanctuary, also a Ramsar Site, is the largest freshwater lake in northern Bihar. It is a residual oxbow lake formed by the...
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Darbhanga
This is the second largest protected area for birds in Bihar, known since pre-Independence for its large and diverse congregations of birds. This perm...
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Patna
Mokama Taal wetlands cover more than 1,000 ha of shallow waterbodies, situated in Patna, Samastipur and Begusarai districts of Bihar. They lie about 7...
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Jamui
7 km from Jhagha in the district Jamui, and Nakti is a further c. 4 km from Nagi, occupying similar habitat. These notified sanctuaries are surrounded...


Randomly selected Religious in Bihar

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Vaishali
One of the most visited sites in Vaishali is an old temple located on the northern bank of a tank known as Bawan Pokhar. Built during the Pala period,...
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Patna
Sit on the Ghats, look at the sun going down, amaze at the reflection in the sparkling water while enjoying the view of kites flying overhead across t...
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Hajipur
Jami Masjid which was within the area of Hajipur is an important building of the Mughal period. Hajipur is the headquarters of Vaishali district in th...
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Sasaram
There is a temple of Goddess Tarachandi, about 5 km (3.1 mi) from Sasaram two miles to the south, and an inscription of Pratapdhavala on the rock clos...