Tourist Destination Bihar: Patna Travel, Bodhgaya Travel, Rajgir

Tourist Destinations in Bihar

Tourist Destinations in Bihar...

There are places on earth, known for their splendid beauty, rich cultural heritage, spontaneous magnetism, and inherited charisma. In India, it is Bihar, which offers to experience everything at once. Such is the stature of this place. Indeed, most of its places are just like unexplored pearls in an ocean. And that makes Bihar even more significant.


If you wish to experience the vibrations of enlightenment and spirituality, Bodhgaya is a place just perfect for you. That is what makes Bodhgaya the most visited destinations of the world. As India is land of sages, gurus, and heightened spirituality, Bodhgaya becomes even more important for those in quest of unearthing spirituality to its roots. It is here a prince raised his consciousness to become a lord. It is here a man became the Mahatma. Bodhgaya is located in the central part of Bihar near the Nirajana River. The river is also known as Falgu. It is exactly 13 km from the Gaya town.  more »


Nalanda represents rich ancient legacy of knowledge in Bihar. Founded in the 5th century AD, Nalanda constitutes the most ancient university in the region. From Patna, one has to cover just 90 km to reach Nalanda. Buddha used to visit this place occasionally. Hieun Tsang stayed here in the 7th century AD and he is the one who created the atmosphere for further studies in the region. more »


There are places in this world, which might seem ordinary but going little close to them will make you realize their rich ancient historical legacy. Vaishali is one of them. Vaishali looked like an ordinary place covered with lush green mango and banana trees, but excavations revealed its rich and impressive historical past. They tell us that King Vishal ruled once here with his might and power. It is this place, which remained once the center for trade and industry. more »


Kushinagar, situated against a pastoral landscape, is approximately 53 km west of Gorakhpur. Kushinagar is famous because of its affiliations with Budha’s cremation. It is here Buddha finally got rid of this birth-death cycle, which is synonymous to liberation in Hindu religious philosophy. more »


Pawapuri is also known as Apapuri located 38 km from Rajgir and 90 km from Patna. This place draws its affiliations to Jainism as Lord Mahavira breathed his last at Pawapuri. This place is also known for its rich cultural legacy in terms of spiritualism and enlightenment. more »


Rajgir is located near Nalanda and is just 15 km away from it. Rajgir is among the few top most visited destinations of India. The place is surrounded by lush green environment and is the most beautiful places of India. more »


Patna has emerged as one of the most sought tourist places in Bihar. Located on the southern parts of the Ganges, the place offers rich historical legacy coupled with myriad ways of fun and enjoyment. Acting as centre for art and culture, the city flaunts its historic charm and provides ample of opportunities to its travelers reaching the city from all over the world. more »

Other Major Tourist Spots

All the places owe their origin and significance to the age-old tradition of Bihar. As there is a widespread belief that traces of Ramayana are present here, all the major tourist places are in accord with the sentiment. Some of the places, which can be visited for the purpose are:

  • Ram Rekha Ghat (Buxur)
  • Tar (Bhojpur)
  • Ahirauli (Buxur)
  • Kako (Jehanabad)
  • Pretshila Hills (Gaya)
  • Phullahar (Madhubani)
  • Sita Kund (Munger)
  • Ramchura (Vaishali)
  • Ahilya Asthan (Darbhanga)
  • Janki Temple (Sitamarhi)
  • Janki Temple (Punausa)
  • Haleshwar Asthan (Sitamarhi)