Aurangabad
Banka
Bhagalpur
East Champaran
Gaya
Jehanabad
Kaimur
Munger
Nalanda
Patna
Sitamarhi
Vaishali
West Champaran
   

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Ajgaibinath

There is a long causeway that connects the mainland with the island rock on which the cluster of shrines is entwined along with the seemingly floating rock. The asymmetric irregular structure that almost feels like a hedge while climbing up and down around the shrines of Shiva, Vishnu, Kali and other deities, are built on the rocks. There are some remarkable old rock carvings of Varah Avatar, Ganesha, the Buddha and other deities on the backside of the hillock.......
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Nathnagar

The enormously ornamented entrance is built with a large decorative dome. The ceiling of which illustrates the Jain mythical world of Jambu Dweep decorated with glass pieces. On the left a large passage walls are beautifully decorated with glass painting illustrating the Harivansh Purana texts. The ‘Pracheen Mulvedi Jinalaya’ and the Dwarpalas on the doorways are quite remarkable. The two magnificent Keerti Stambhas in this temple are fabulously decorated with colourful tiles. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Vasupujya Jain Temple

This place is revered by the Swetambara sect of Jain devotees. This is a modern temple thoroughly decorated with marble inlay work and coloured ceramic tiles. The shrine of Shantinath is also very well decorated with stain glasses. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Ruins of Vikramsila University

This is the ruins of the Vikramsila university which flourished from 9th century CE till 13th century CE. It was established by the Dharmapala from Pala dynasty. This Buddhist University had more than hundred teachers and above thousand students. Subjects like theology, philosophy, grammar, metaphysics, logic etc. were taught here but the most important branch of learning was tantrism. . ...... Explore More