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Rampurva

Two gigantic Ashokan pillars were unearthed from the region close to the river Harbora, known as Anoma River during Buddha’s time. One of the pillars has the six edicts engraved on it and that part is protected by a concrete canopy. There is a peacock and another bird etching on the pillar. A lion capital that formed the part of one pillar is now preserved at the Museum of Kolkata. The other pillar had the famous Bull Capital which adorns the Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.
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Valmiki Nagar Tiger Reserve

Spread across 880 sq. km. (approx), the Valmiki Wildlife Sanctuary is the safe home for the tigers, one of the threatened species of the world. Located at the cradle of Himalayan outermost ranges Shivalik range, the region has a very undulating landscape comprising of steep rise and deep ridges with the lush green forest around. .. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Panth Pakar

This little known place has an amazing mythical site evolved around a tree of Pakar. A Pakar tree has spread around a vast area in an astonishing manner. There are several trees of the same breed which are connected and sprouted through the roots as well as the branches which get detached eventually. The myth of this place goes as that after getting married to Ram Sita and Sri Ram rested here as they returned for the fortnightly ritual. .. ...... Explore More
   
   

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Maner Sharif

This temple is famous for the belief as the birthplace of Sita, the daughter of the King Janaka and wife of Sri Ram from the legendary epic Ramamyana. The myth goes as the king Janaka started ploughing the field to eradicate famine he found Sita as a new born at the tip of the shovel. Thus the Ramayana depicts Sita as the daughter of Mother Earth.
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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