• Ashokan Pillar

    Vaishali, birthplace of Lord Mahavira is also Sacred to Jains. And now an archeological site. This site can be identified with Deora in modern Kesariya village, where Ashoka later built a stupa. Ānanda, the favourite disciple of the Buddha, attained Nirvana in the midst of the Ganges outside.
  • Rajgir Jain Temples

    Rajgir was the ancient capital of Magadha Empire. There are 26 Jain Temples on hill crest around Rajgir. Jain Temple are located at tough terrain and it is very difficult for the untrained to reach there. However, if you are an experienced in trekking you will surely enjoy the trek to the temple.
  • Bodh Gaya

    Bodh Gaya is a religious site and place of pilgrimage associated with the Mahabodhi Temple Complex in Gaya district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is famous as it is the place where Gautama Buddha is said to have obtainedEnlightenment (Bodhimandala) under what became known as the Bodhi Tree.


  • Buddhist Circuit

    Vaishali was one of the earliest republics in the world (6th century BC).It was here that Buddha preached his last sermon.

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  • Jain Circuit

    Rajgir was the ancient capital of Magadha Empire. Lord Buddha often visited the monastery here to meditate and to preach.

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  • Ramayan Circuit

    Tar (Bhojpur): Situated about 10 kms North West of Piro the village derives its name from Tarka, a she demon killed by lord Rama.

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  • Sufi Circuit

    Maner Sharif (Patna, Maner): It is a large village of historical antiquities, situated in the extreme north west of Danapur Sub-division.

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