District - Nalanda,
Circuit – Hindu and General
It is learned that there were plenty of hot springs in Rajgir earlier. Presently the most visited hot spring is in the eastern slope of Vaibhar hill. As there are multiple Hindu temple structures and tales related to Mahabharata with the main hot spring, it is very popular to Hindu pilgrims. The tank (popularly known as Brahma Kund) and faucets constructed to facilitate the bathers and there is a separate enclosure with a faucet for ladies. This water is supposed to be healing, especially for arthritis and joint pains.
There is also another hot spring in the adjacent Vipula hill popular to Muslim devotees known as Makhdum Kund. It is named after Muslim saint Makhdum Saheb, who is believed to have spent 12 years in the jungles of Rajgir in 13th century.
There is no entry fee.