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March 22, ie Bihar Day. Happy Bihar Day to all. The words Bihar and Bihari are not unfamiliar to anyone, nor the people other than Bihar in India use this term to taunt the neglected-at times or sometimes as a joke. Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Bihar.

Things have been created such that in some places in India, people of Bihar are afraid to call themselves Bihari. But today those people who are using the word Bihari as abusive, who are abusing the people of Bihar need to take this lesson.

Bihar is the state which was known as Magadha in ancient times and its capital Patna as Pataliputra. The history of Bihar is as old as India. Here the Maurya, Gupta etc. dynasties, Mughal rulers ruled. It is believed that the word Bihar originated from the word Vihara of Buddhist viharas which was later changed to Bihar. Spread over an area of ​​99 thousand 200 sq km, Bihar is surrounded by Nepal in the north, West Bengal in the east, Uttar pradesh within the west and jharkhand within the south.

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Places to Visit in Bihar

1. Mundeshwari Mandir

Mundeshwari Mandir
Mundeshwari Mandir

The temple of Maa Mundeshwari situated on the Pavara hill in Bhagwanpur in Kaimur district is ancient. It is counted among the 51 Shakti peeths of the country. Bloodless sacrifice is the specialty here.

This temple is considered to be the oldest functional temple in the world, as all the rituals are completed here without stopping. The nine day Kalash is established and worship is performed with full rituals.

The history of bihar has been golden, here are many religious place of all religions. Those with a height of about 600 feet in kaimur On the hill of there is an ancient temple of Mata Mundeshwari and Mahaman-dalesh-war Mahadev. It is an extremely mytho-logical and miraculous temple. This temple was built in 108 AD. It is said that in the Mughal period, the attempt by Emperor Aurangzeb to break this temple failed.

Distance between Patna and Mundeshwari Temple

                                                        :- 225 Km

Distance between Delhi and Mundeshwari Temple

                                                        :- 905 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Bhabua Road (Mohania)

Nearest Bus Stand

                                                        :-  Dham Bus Stand

2. Janki Temple, Sitamarhi

Janki Temple, Sitamarhi
Janki Temple, Sitamarhi

Whether the birthplace of mother Janaki is ‘Janaki Place’ located in Sitamarhi city or ‘Punaura Dham’ located in Punaura, The reason is the temple of Mata Janaki at both the places. Sadhus and saints have their own arguments on this issue.

Shri Tulsi Peethadhishwar Jagadguru Ramanand-acharya Swami Ram-bhadracharya of Chitrakoot reached Sitamarhi on Janaki Navami, causing controversy by calling Punaura Dham the real birthplace of mother Sita.According to Swami Rambhadracharya, mother Janaki had appeared in Punauradham itself.

There is a grand lake here 3 km from Sitamarhi town which is known as Janaki Janmakund and Janki Janma bhoomi temple in the east and adjacent to it. The temple has the oldest statues of stone and Ashtadhatu made from the Kashmiri method of Sitaram. Mahavirji is seated at the main gate raising mace and mountains.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 137 Km

Distance between Patna and Mundeshwari Temple

                                                        :- 1048 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Sitamarhi Railway Station

3. Rajgir Hot Spring

Rajgir Hot Spring
Rajgir Hot Spring

Rajgriha is recognized as a historical and religious city of Bihar. Let me tell you, over time the name of Rajgriha changed to Rajgir’s name. The greenery and natural beauty here attracts people towards them.

Hot water reservoir located in Rajgir near Patna, where diseases are cured by bathing, dev city Rajgir is the confluence of all religions.

According to the stories, King Basu, the psyche son of Lord Brahma, conducted a yagna in the Brahmakund complex of Rajgir. There are many hot water springs between the temples on the steps of Vaibharagiri mountain, where water comes from Saptakarni caves.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 94 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 1126 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Rajgir Railway Station

Nearest Bus Stand

                                                        :-  Rajgir Bus Stand

4. Nalanda(Bihar)

Nalanda
Nalanda

N-alanda University is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is located on the road connecting Rajgir to Patna.Let us first introduce you to Nalanda University located in Bihar where people used to come from far and wide to get education. Let us tell you, it was founded by Kumar Gupta, the ruler of the Gupta dynasty. Apart from this, this is the place where Emperor Ashoka built the most monasteries and temples. A special thing is seen in its building that it has been built with red stone, which people come from abroad to see.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 80 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 1144 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Nalanda Railway Station

5. Gaya(Bihar)

Gaya
Gaya

Gay-a, known as Dharm Nagri in Bihar is the name of the second largest city of Bihar. Vishnu temple is of great importance in this city. People come to donate bodies in this city located on the banks of river Falgun. According to Hinduism, the person who dies by doing this attains salvation. Apart from this, this place is quite famous for tourism.

According to Vedic tradition and Hindu beliefs, Shraddha is a great and excellent work for fathers with reverence.

In the Valmiki Ramayana, there is a reference to Sita’s soul getting salvation by giving Sita a pindadaan. There Rama and Lakshman proceeded towards the city to collect the necessary materials for Shraddha Karma. It was noon there. The time for Pinddaan was getting out and Sita ji’s anxiety was increasing. In front of Gaaya ji, Sita ji was alone in confusion on the river Falgu.

He considered the flower of Vatavriksh ketki along with the river Falgu and the cow as a witness and gave the pindadan for the late King Dasaratha.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 117 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 1066 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Gaya Railway Station

6. Patna Museum

Patna Museum

The Bihar Museum, located in Patna, the capital of Bihar, was established in the year 2015, which is very popular among children. The objects included in the collections of the Bihar Museum are prehistoric objects, anthropological artifacts and social history objects.

Patna Museum established in 1917, its proposal was made by Dr. Sachchida-nanda Sinha. In 1928, a separate building started in December, which is built in the Mughal Rajput style Indo-Saracenic.

Distance from Patna

                                                       :- 117 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 4 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Patna Railway Station

7. Takht Sri Patna Sahib, Patna

Takht Sri Patna Sahib, Patna
Takht Sri Patna Sahib, Patna

Takht-SriPatna-Sahib is popular as the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. This is his birthplace in Takht Shri Patna Sahib, Sri Guru Govind Singh Ji, who was the tenth Guru of Sikhism. According to the old scriptures, Shri Gobind Singh Ji, the tenth Guru of Sikhism, was born on 26 December 1666 AD, Saturday, from the womb of Mata Gujari Devi. The child-hood name of Re Guru Govind Singh Ji was Govind Rai.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 1084 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 4 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Patna Railway Station

Nearest Bus Stand

                                                        :-  Mithapur Bus Stand

8. Madhubani

Madhubani
Madhubani

Madhu-bani was carved out of the old Darbhanga district in 1972, kabar Mahamurakh Kalidas came to supreme after being despised by his learned wife Vidyottama and started working as a cook in a residential school on the banks of the river. After a few days, the river was severely flooded. Both sides of the river merged into the water. Mother Durga’s temple was situated on the other side of the river. A student of this hostel used to do the work of burning evening lamps in the temple.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 1174 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 171 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Madhubani Rail. Station

Nearest Bus Stand

                                                        :-  Station Chowk Bus Stop

9. Vaishali

Vaishali
Vaishali

Vaisha-li has taken its name from King Vishal of the Mahabharata period. The history of Vaishalii is quite strong. Vaishali tourism, known for amazing Buddhist sites, is a beautiful village.

Vaisahali tourism is replete with aspects of religion, culture and archeology.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 33 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 1089 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Hajipur Rail. Station

Nearest Bus Stand

                                                        :-  Ramashish Chowk Bus Stand

10. Jalmandir

Jalmandir
Jalmandir

Lord Mahavir Swami started propagating his teachings after getting the knowledge of truth. In Magadha, the emperor ruled. He was greatly influenced by the teachings of Lord Mahavir Swami, and with his army performed a huge ceremony for Mahavir Swami. This temple is located in Naalanda district of Bihar.

The temple is located on the banks of river Ganges in Nal-anda district of Bihar.

About 2600 years ago, Pavapuri was part of the Magadha Empire in ancient times. Jinprabha Suri has given its ancient name Apapa in his book Miscellaneous Tirtha Kalpa. Ajatashatru, the son of Magadha ruler Bimbisara, was a follower of Jainism and a contemporary of Lord Mahavira.

Distance from Patna

                                                        :- 84 Km

Distance from Delhi

                                                        :- 1167 Km

Nearest Railway Station

                                                        :- Hajipur Rail. Station

Nearest Bus Stand

                                                        :-  Biharsharif Bus Stand

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