Bihar

Rajgir: The Home of Royalty

Rajgir: The Home of Royalty

Rajgir is a city located at a distance of 100 km from Patna, the capital of Bihar. Historically, it was known as ‘Rajagirha ‘ which means, ‘House of the Kings’. It is located in the Magadha region of the Nalanda district. The city offers its visitors a quiet, serene ambience and …

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Top 15 Places to visit in Rajgir

Top 15 Places to visit in Rajgir

Rajgir is a beautiful town in the Indian state of Bihar. Formerly, it was named Rajagirha meaning, the ‘ House of Kings’. The city holds religious values and history linking with Buddhism and Jainism. It also has historic importance in Indian ancient history. In fact, Rajgir offers its visitors to …

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Lauria Nandangarh Pillar and Stupa- The Hidden gems of Bihar

Lauria Nandangarh Pillar and Stupa- The Hidden gems of Bihar

Lauria Nandangarh is a small town in Bihar. What is special about it? Well, the Lauria nandangarh pillar is the main source of attraction of this place. It draws its name from the famous Ashoka Pillars (laur) and the stupa mound (Nandangarh). The nearest city from this town is Narkatiaganj …

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Patna: Heart of Bihar

Patna: Heart of Bihar

Patna, earlier known as Patliputra stretches its boundaries over the south basin of river Ganga, falling under North-East India. Being the state capital of Bihar, Patna is enriched with great cultural heritage and history, ageing back to the Magadh dynasty. The warm hospitality and rich culture of this place attracts …

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Top 15 Places to visit in Patna

Top 15 Places to visit in Patna

Patna, the capital of Bihar, is one of the oldest cities in India. Patna is a riverside city that extends along the south bank of the river Ganga for about 12 miles (19 km). West of the old city lies the section called Bankipur, and farther southwest is a spacious new capital …

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Nalanda: Grandeur & Glory of Ruins

Nalanda: Grandeur & Glory of Ruins

Nalanda, a UNESCO world heritage site, is in the state of Bihar in north-eastern India. It contains archaeological remains of a monastic and scholarly institution dating from the 3rd century BC to the 13th century AD. It includes stupas, stone and metal stupas, temples, viharas (residential and educational buildings) and …

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