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Bihar Bihar lies steeped in history as a mute witness of rise and fall of some of India’s important dynasties – the Mauryas, the Guptas, the Palas. The world’s earliest university flourished here between the 5th to the 11th century, the remains of which is the biggest of the tourist attractions in Bihar. The capital of Bihar is Patna which is also a tourist attraction.

bihar map
Bihar Map

Tourist Places:

patna museum


Patna : Patna is the capital of Bihar. Today’s capital city was also the capital of ancient Bihar – Pataliputra. The history dates back to 2 millennia. In around the city there are many places, worth a visit. There also exists the birth place of tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh.



Nalanda : This renowned Buddhist University was founded in the 5th century by the Gupta emperors. There were thousand of teachers and students from all over the world and its fame continued to spread far and wide until the end of the 12th century.
Vaishali : The city finds its mention in literature as old as the Ramayana. The second Buddhist council took place here. The place remains twice blessed by virtue of the birth of Jain prophet Lord Mahavira here in 527 BC. Historians also maintain that the world’s first elected assembly of representatives was formed here giving birth to a republic in 6th century.



Bodhgaya : Lord Buddha meditated under a pipal tree here and attained enlightenment. The tree is called “Bodhi Tree”. A descendant of the same tree, still flourishes here. Gaya is also an important Centre of Hindu Pilgrimage where people go to pray for the salvation of their ancestors.
Vikramshila : Excavations have unearthed the ruins of Vikramshila University founded by King Dharampala.
Rajgir : This forest clad small hill grit town of today was once the the capital of the Magadh Mahajanpad (State). Lord Buddha spent many years here and delivered sermons. It was also the venue for the first Buddhist Council.

Best time to visit Bihar : The best time to visit Bihar is between October to March because the weather is cool.