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Taradih (Mastipur) Bodh Gaya
Bodh Gaya is a village in the northeast Indian state of Bihar. Considered one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites, it's dominated by the a...
Choti Patandevi, Patna city
This temple is situated in the Chowk area of Patna City and once was considered as the main presiding deity of Patna. Over the years it has slipped to...
The archaeological remains of ancient Pataliputra namely the Eighty pillared hall and Arogya Vihar are located at Kumrahar about six kms east of Patna...
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...
Bodh Gaya Bihar
A leisure attraction and a delightful place for everyone with so much to see and experience. Talk about a wellness centre to relax after an exhausting...
Kesaria is a driving stop on the Buddhst Circuit, 40 km by road from Vaishali and a further 150 km to Kushinagar in UP. Kesaria gained prominence in 1...
Where the Buddha and King Bimbisara first met. ...
Inside the deep Kharagpur forest, 50 km away from the district HQ, there's this scenic spot with a natural waterfall surrounded by hills from three si...
Monasteries Of Bodhgaya
The spiritual town of Bodhgaya is home to many Buddhist monasteries that have been set up by various nationals. The Thai Monastery is perhaps the most...
Bodh Gaya Bihar
According to the Digamber sect of Jainism Lord Mahavira was born at Kundalpur. A Jain temple and two lotus lakes - the Dirga Pushkarni and Pandava Pus...