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The Martyrs Memorial, Shaheed Smarak, Satmurti Patna

April 3, 2016

The Martyrs Memorial or Shaheed Smarak, Patna is also well known sat murti. It built in the memory of seven brave young students decided to forcefully unfurl the national flag on Secretariat building, Patna and were mercilessly shot dead by … Read More


September 4, 2015

Gaya is a major pilgrimage city in Bihar for Hindus, Jain and Buddhist religions.The city named after Gaya Sur son of Tripura sur.  He was meditating for 10,000 years on  Kolahal mountain.

Lord Vishnu fulfilled his three wishes of Gaya … Read More

Bodh Gaya

September 4, 2015

The city of Bodh Gaya is located in the district of Gaya which is one of the districts of Bihar. This ancient place of Bodh Gaya has several contradictions in its name. According to the one inscription, at the time … Read More

Barabar Caves

September 4, 2015

The Barabar Caves are some 25Km north-east of Gaya, in the state of Bihar. While some scientists consider Barabar Caves to be the oldest ones, some others though consider that the mysterious Son Bhandar Caves in Rajgir are a bit … Read More

Sonepur fair

January 8, 2015

Sonepur Fair is organized every year on Kartik Poornima. Officially its start one day before Kartik Poornima. Duration of fair is around one Month, but apart from government stall, it runs around two month. Originally, the venue of the fair … Read More


January 5, 2015

History of Patna

Patna is the capital of Bihar. It is the largest city of Bihar. It is one of the oldest city of the wolrld. Patna became significant around the year 490 BCE when Ajatashatru, the king of Magadha, … Read More

The first republic state of the world – Vaishali (Bihar)

January 4, 2015

Vaishali is the accent city of Bihar.It was the capital city of the Licchavi. It was the first republic state. In 599 BCE, 24th Bhagwan Mahavira was born here. Vaishali is pious and auspicious pilgrimage to Jains. Gautama Buddha preached … Read More


January 4, 2015

Rajgir, a city in Nalanda district of Bihar in India, is a famous tourist destination, as well as a holy destination for many religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The city, surrounded by seven hills, is home to many pagodas, … Read More


January 4, 2015

Nalanda is famous for its accent Mahavihara. It constructed by  Gupt empire.  It was a  large Buddhist monastery. it had hostels for students. In its heyday, it is claimed to have accommodated over 10,000 students and 2,000 teachers. According to … Read More