Bodh Gaya is located at Bihar district of Gaya, its famous for Mahabodhi Temple, its too much old temples and monasteries, this 2,500-year-old birthplace of Buddhism. Mahabodhi Temple lies the Bodhi tree, a focal symbol in Buddhism. It marks the spot where the original Bodhi tree once stood, under which Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. Every year on December 8, Buddhist man across the world memorialize Bodhi Day, a celebration of Buddha’s enlightenment underneath the Bodhi tree. Bodh Gaya has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.
The Attraction views of bodh gaya as like :-
Mahabodhi Temple , Bodhi Tree, Great Buddha Statue, Thai Monastery, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Metta Buddharam Temple, Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple, Muchalinda Lake.
The nearest railway station is Gaya, which is connected with Patna, Puri, Delhi, Kolkata, Varanasi and other places in Bihar.
The nearest airport is 17 km away in Gaya. The airport receives very few flights. So, it's best to travel via Patna Airport which is 135 km away.
The tomb of Sher Shah Suri is located in the Sasaram city state of Bihar . It's tomb was built in memory of Emperor Sher Shah Suri, a Pathan from Bihar who crushed the Mughal kingdom and established the Suri kingdom in northeastern India. He died in an accidental gunpowder explosion in the fort of Kalinjar on 13 May 1545 AD. The tomb is appears in the focal point of the lake on a square plinth with domed kiosks, chhatris at each of its corneres which is connected to the mainland through a wide stone bridge. he main tomb is built on octagonal plan, topped by a dome, 22-metre in span and surrounded ornamental domed kiosks which were once covered in coloured fulgent tile work.
Roing is the best seasons for visit. It is best visited during the summer season, i.e. between March and June as the weather remains pleasantly cool.
Sasaram, the headquarter of Rohtas district of Bihar is a small town on the Grand Trunk Road (National Highway No.2) with a railway station of the same name on Mughalsarai -Gaya Section. It is located about 160 km south west of Patna the state capital.
The nearest railway station of the Sasaram railway station 25 km.
Navlakha palace is situated in the Madhubani state of Bihar India. Navlakha Palace is also known as Rajnagar palace is an ancient Royal palace which popular heritage building in the region. It was constructed by the Rameshwar Singh, the younger brother of Darbhanga Maharaja, between 1884 and 1929 to serve as the Darbhanga Raj's administrative capital. It spreadup building cover 1500 acres (610 ha). In this palace appears 11 temples to gods and goddesses, paved gardens, tinkering ponds, temple complexes and the like. and several forts and palaces. It crashed significant damage during the 1934 Bihar–Nepal earthquake and has never been rebuilt.
Best season to visit Itanagar October to April are the best months to visit Itanagar as the weather is very pleasant. Summers, especially June could be a little hot, still manageable.
The palace is situated in Gondal city, which is well connected by road, rail and air services.
Navlakha Palace is situated at 38 kilometres away from Rajkot, which is also the airport 40 kilometres away and rail head.
Patna is one of the oldest city of India its city has heritages of Buddhism and also considered to be a pious place for Sikh community as it had been a birth place to many Sikh Gurus. Patna Sahib is located at state of Bihar in its a unique place in the history of Sikh as the 10th Guru, it is a birthplace of the tenth religious preceptor of the Sikh faith, Shri Guru Gobind Singh. Takht Sri Patna Sahib also publicize as Harmandir Sahib, Patna sahib was formed Bihar, on 22 December 1666. Patna Sahib is also seen amongst the holiest of the five "Takhts" or seat of authority of the Sikhs. Originally built by the famous ruler of Punjab Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the place has preserved the belongings of the Guru. Here you can see five Gurudwaras in Patna whic are differ Sikh Guru here mentioned Gurudwara name as Gurdwara Guru ka Bagh, Gurdwara Bal Leela and Gurdwara Handi Sahib Gurdwara Pahila Bara, Gurdwara Gobind Ghat.
The best time to visit Pasighat turns out to be during the months of January, February, March, April, May and October when the temperature is suitable and cool and it's not pouring heavily.
There are different types of Gurudwara :-
Gurdwara Guru ka Bagh, Gurdwara Bal Leela and Gurdwara Handi Sahib Gurdwara Pahila Bara, Gurdwara Gobind Ghat.
Easiest way to reach Patna Sahib Gurdwara is to take a local train which will take at most 15 minutes otherwise you can go by road which will take not less than an hour keeping in view congested road conditions and traffic jams . You can easily get regular flights to Patna from other major cities of the country.
Airport(s): Patna Airport (PAT)
There are regular trains from other major cities of the country to Patna.
Railway Station(s): Danapur (DNR), Patna Junction (PNBE), Rajendra Nagar Bihar (RJPB), Patna Saheb (PNC), Pothahi (PFT), Phulwari Sharif (PWS), Banka Ghat (BKG), Gulzarbagh (GZH), Punarakh (PHK)
Nalanda is one of the oldest universities of Bihar is situated 85 km away from Patna, it is viewed as one of the best and most seasoned colleges recorded ever. Nalanda university is the first university in the world. Nalanda was a developing village on an important trade route which ran through Rajagriha (Now 'Rajgir'), then the capital city of Magadha. History show Nalanda University was built during the region of the Gupta emperor Kumargupta. The history of the university can be divided into two parts, one was the growth of the university from the sixth century to ninth, and second was the gradual decline and dissolution during the ninth century to the thirteenth.
Nalanda University, Hiuen Tsang Memorial Hall, The Great Stupa, Pawapuri, Nalanda Archaeological Museum, Kundalpur, Surya Mandir, Nalanda, Nav Nalanda Mahavihara.
Air: The nearest airport is at Patna 89 km. ...
Rail: Though Rajgir (12 km) is the nearest railway station to Nalanda yet the nearest convenient rail head is at Gaya 95 km.
Road: Nalanda is connected by a good road with Rajgir 12 km, Bodh Gaya 110 km, Gaya 95 km, Patna 90 km, Pawapuri 26 km, Bihar Sharif 13 km etc.
Mundeshwari Temple is located at Kaimur district in the state of Bihar. It is considered to be the most ancient temple of India. It is an ancient temple dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva and Shakti and is considered and it is one of the most seasoned Hindu sanctuaries in Bihar. It is also considered the 'oldest functional' temple in the world. Its temple built by the stone is on an octagonal plan which is rare. It is the earliest specimen of the Nagara style of temple architecture in Bihar. There is historical evidence that even states that the temple existed during the Saka era when the Gupta Empire ruled. The temple was constructed in 3-4 BC, in which he saw the deity as Narayana (Vishnu). The idol of Vishnu is believed to have vanished for centuries and around the 7th century, when Shaivism was the most popular religion, and Viniteshwara emerged as the presiding deity of the temple.
Mundeshwari Temple is viewed as one of the most old practical Hindu sanctuaries on the planet.
The temple is easily connected via road from nearby cities like Patna, Gaya and Varanasi. The nearest railway station to the temple named Bhabua road railway station is located at Mohania which is around 22km from the temple.
Nearest bus stand
Madhubani is a city municipality and headquarter of Madhubani district. Madhubani is situated in the state of Bihar. In Madhubani there are many palaces for tourist Nagar Fort, Bhawanipur, Uchaitha and etc. Nagar fort is constructed by the Maharaja Shri Rameshwar Singh, the nagar fort is famously known as the Naulakaha palace. The Nagar fort was destroyed owing to the severe earthquake in the year 1934, since then this once splendid structure which used to be the residence of the royal family now just stands there like a Kandahar.
Kapileshwar sthan,Saurath,Nagar Fort,Bhawanipur,Uchitha
Air way:- Madhubani does not have an airport. Nearest airport is Patna Airport, its 128 km away from Madhubani.
By Tain :- You can easily get regular trains to Madhubani from other major cities of the country. Railway Station(s): Madhubani (MBI), Rajanagar (RJA), Lalit Lakshmipur (LLPR)
BY BUS:- There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to Madhubani. Bus Station(s): Madhubani , Madhubani
Valmiki National Park is located at West Champaran district of Bihar its a largest forest in the bihar. Valmiki Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park is the 18th Tiger Reserved of the country. The Valmiki Tiger Reserve comprises of the Valmiki National Park and the Valmiki Wild Sanctuary. Spread over an 880 sq km the Valmiki National Park and wildlife Sanctuary has tigers, leopards, flying foxes, flying squirrels, wild cats, langur, sloth bears, antelopes, 241 species of birds and a variety of reptiles and butterflies. In 2010 there are only 10 tigers in the park cut currently in 2022 it has doubled now. Jungle Safaris is the well way to connected different types of wildlife animals in the Park.
Valmiki National Park has a variety of activities to attract the visitors. The rich wildlife and the diverse topography makes for wonderful natural walks through the forests. Border Trek. Jungle Camp. Tiger Trail. Watchtowers. Bheriya Watch Tower. Bhikhna Thori. Rohua Nala.
It's a great palace for tourists who love nature and forest. There are several types of resorts but the best one is village Camo, near the India-Nepal Border and Vandal Dam. Wherever you go forest in the morning around eleven there is a great chance for seeing a tiger or lions. There is a dam distributed half in India and half in Nepal which was inaugurated by the king of Nepal and or first Prime minister of India Shri Pandit Jawahar lal Nehru.
Air: The nearest airport is at Patna at a distance of 295km.
Rail: The nearest rail head Valmiki Nagar is 5km from the park.
Road : There are bus services from Valmiki Nagar to Bettiah ( 80km) the nearest town.