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

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Barbar Caves

Barabar Caves – There is a well-maintained stairway leading to the fantastic caves at the Barabar hill. The inscriptions on the entrance walls and gateways reveal that these were meant for Buddhist monks. These caves also have very highly polished interior which are carved into gigantic monolithic granite that looks like a huge crocodile from outside.. .......
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Hazrat Bibi Kamal ka Mukbara

This is the dargah of the first woman Sufi saint of the country, Hazrat Bibi Kamal who was famous for her holy power of healing. She was believed to be the aunt of Hazrat Makhdum Saheb of Bihar Shariff. Devotees believe in the mystic power of healing at this place for mentally challenged and incurable diseases. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Kauva Dol

Next to a humble village lies one of the fantastic archaeological sites yet to be discovered from the grave of the past. Under a huge peepal tree the tiny shrine protects the 8’ black stone Buddha sculpture which was found at this place. Outside, below the tree, the glorious past lay silently with few pillars strewn around and rest only partly visible from underneath the earth.

A few yards walk towards the nearby hill the amazing engravings of Hindu gods and goddesses are found along the rocks of the base of the hills. Goddess Durga and Devi forms are predominant among other Shivlinga and Ganesha images. It is quite a unique experience to see all the images of the deities without any intention to enshrine those inside a structured temple boundary but just spread across the nature as if to imagine the Omnipresent beyond any man-made borders. ...... Explore More