Aurangabad
Banka
Bhagalpur
East Champaran
Gaya
Jehanabad
Kaimur
Munger
Nalanda
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Sitamarhi
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Buddha Smriti Park

The state museum of Bihar is an important place not to be left out of the itinerary of anybody visiting the State Capital. Located at the heart of the city it boasts of the innumerable heritage collections found in the region replete in glorious historical settings. Built by the British rulers in 1917 the grand building is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic architectural style.

The relic found in the excavation of the Vaishali stupa, believed to contain the Buddha’s last mortal remains is preserved in this museum. The most prized collection of the museum is the famous Dibarganj Yakshini discovered at the bank of Ganga in 1917........
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Gol Ghar

This is a massive granary situated next to river Ganga. It was built by Captain John Garstin for British army in 1786 to take a precaution for the severe famine that occurred in 1770. The height of this gigantic granary is 105’ and the walls at the base measure about 3.6 m wide. There is no entry fee for this monument. .. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Kumhrar Park

TThis is the site where some sandstone pillars were found as the only remains of the one of the ancient great capital city, Pataliputra. The large Ashokan pillars are the reminders of the glory of Mauryan dynasty and the capital of Magadha Empire, around 250 BCE. King of Magadha, Ajatashatru shifted his capital from Rajgriha to Pataliputra around 600 BCE. It continued to be the capital till about 600 CE. Presently one pillar is kept in a small shed in the park that is designed as a public space for the citizens. .. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Maner Sharif

The state museum of Bihar is an important place not to be left out of the itinerary of anybody visiting the State Capital. Located at the heart of the city it boasts of the innumerable heritage collections found in the region replete in glorious historical settings. Built by the British rulers in 1917 the grand building is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic architectural style.
The relic found in the excavation of the Vaishali stupa, believed to contain the Buddha’s last mortal remains is preserved in this museum. The most prized collection of the museum is the famous Dibarganj Yakshini discovered at the bank of Ganga in 1917. The beautiful highly polished stone sculpture is a marvellous specimen of the past glory of Indian sculptors. The numerous archaeological objects like coins, artefacts, sculptures adorn the displayed galleries of the museum. . ...... Explore More
   
   

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Patna Museum

The state museum of Bihar is an important place not to be left out of the itinerary of anybody visiting the State Capital. Located at the heart of the city it boasts of the innumerable heritage collections found in the region replete in glorious historical settings. Built by the British rulers in 1917 the grand building is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic architectural style. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Phulwari Khankaye Mujeebia

The Khankah Mujeebia situated in the town of Phulwari Sharif located at a distance of 7 km towards south west from Patna Railway station is an important Sufi pilgrimage with a long heritage. The many Sufi saints preached from this region including the well known Hazrat Pir Muzibullah Quadri . The Sangi Masjid, a red sandstone tomb built by the Mughal Emperor Humayun bears a rich heritage of the place. The organisation is popular for its contribution towards education which is a well-known ‘Madrassa’ offering support for poor students as well. ...... Explore More