Welcome to Bihar

Every Year, over 6 Million Tourists land in Bihar to visit the remains of Ancient Nalanda University, the abode of Peace Bodhgaya, the mighty stupas of Vaishali, the misty mountains of Rajgir and other historic monuments dating back to 350 BC, scattered throughout the state.Here, you can trace the origin of World's two large religions and the origin of World's oldest democracy.Here you cannot afford to miss spotting Tiger Cubs at Valmiki Tiger Reserve, taking a Ropeway ride to Hills in Rajgir or an enchanting Ganga Cruise in Patna.

  • Floating Restaurant in River Ganga at Patna

    Floating Restaurant in River Ganga at Patna

  • Snow Clad Himalayas at Valmiki Tiger Reserve

    Snow Clad Himalayas at Valmiki Tiger Reserve

Rajgir

Rajgir

Surrounded by 7 Hills, Rajgir is known for its caves, waterfalls and breathtaking hilly retreats. Remains of Ancient Palaces, Monasteries are major attractions.
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Bodh Gaya

Bodh Gaya

Bodhgaya is where Buddha attained his enlightenment. It is the most sacred place in Buddhism and is famous for beautiful monasteries and temples.
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Nalanda

Nalanda

Nalanda was the home to World's largest University some 1500 years ago. Today, its relics and remains are the major attraction along with ASI Museum.
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Vaishali

Vaishali

Vaishali is the birthplace of Jainism and home to World's first Republic. Major attraction are World Peace Pagoda, Monasteries and remains of 2500 years old city.
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