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    Ramchura

    Category : History & CultureRamchura is a famous place located in the Vaishali block in Bihar. T...

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    Hasanpura

    Category : History & CultureHasanpura in Bihar is the name of a village which is located at a di...

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    Rajgir

    Category : History & CultureRajgir is a place full of temples and monasteries and it lies about ...

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    Tar Ramayan

    Category : History & CultureLord Rama, the incarnation of Lord Vishnu and the great hero of the ...

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    Modern Bihar

    During most of British India, Bihar was a part of the Presidency of Bengal, and was governed from Ca...

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    Buddhist Circuit

    Vaishali: Vaishali was one of the earliest republics in the world (6th century BC).It was here that ...

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    Ramayan Circuit

    Tar (Bhojpur): Situated about 10 kms North West of Piro the village derives its name from Tarka, a s...

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    Gandhi Circuit

    Motihari (East Champaran): Motihari was to the first laboratory of Gandhian experiment in Satyagraha...

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    Ahirauli

    Category : History & CultureAhirauli, Buxar is a small village in the state of Bihar which is lo...

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    Jain Circuit

    Rajgir: Rajgir,19 kms from Nalanda, was the ancient capital of Magadha Empire. Lord Buddha often vis...

Eco Circuit

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Kakolat (Nawada): It is a waterfall in Gobindpur police-station, about 21 miles away from Nawada. After going 9¼ miles from Nawada on Ranchi Road, a pucca road known as Gobindpur—Akbarpore Road diverts from there. Just below the fall there is a deep reservoir natural in character. The fall is about 150 to 160 feet, from the ground level. The scene is ... Read More »

Gandhi Circuit

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Motihari (East Champaran): Motihari was to the first laboratory of Gandhian experiment in Satyagraha and probably it will not be very incorrect to say that is has been the spring board for India’s independence. Champaran district generated a wave of enthusiasm and inspiration to the people who were thirsting for a selfless and saintly leader. The technique followed by Gandhiji in ... Read More »

Sufi Circuit

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Maner Sharif (Patna, Maner): It is a large village of historical antiquities, situated in the extreme north west of Danapur Sub-division, about 32 kms west of Patna on Patna-Arrah Highway. In the early ages Maner was a centre of learning and it is said that grammarian Panini, and also Bararuchi, lived and studied here. Maner contains two well-known Mohammedan tombs, that ... Read More »

Ramayan Circuit

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Tar (Bhojpur): Situated about 10 kms North West of Piro the village derives its name from Tarka, a she demon killed by lord Rama. There is an old tank in the village that is said to be the wrestling ground of Tarka.Ahirauli (Buxur): Situated about 5 kms north-east of Buxur, this village has a temple of Devi Ahilya. According to the local ... Read More »

Jain Circuit

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Rajgir: Rajgir,19 kms from Nalanda, was the ancient capital of Magadha Empire. Lord Buddha often visited the monastery here to meditate and to preach. Rajgir is also a place sacred to the Jains, Since Lord Mahavira spent many years here. Pawapuri: In Pawapuri, or Apapuri, 38 kilometres from Rajgir and 90 kilometres from Patna, all sins end for a devout Jain. Lord ... Read More »

Buddhist Circuit

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Vaishali: Vaishali was one of the earliest republics in the world (6th century BC).It was here that Buddha preached his last sermon. Vaishali, birthplace of Lord Mahavira is also Sacred to Jains. Patna: Patna once called Patliputra the capital of Bihar, is among the world’s oldest capital cities with unbroken history of many centuries as imperial metropolis of the Mauryas and Guptas ... Read More »

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