Sasaram is known for the Mausoleum of Sher Shah Suri which still defines the identity of this town. There are several other tombs and historical structures that make Sasaram an ideal offbeat tourist destination in Bihar.
Traveling in Bihar is rewarding but there are a lot of questions whose answers are still needed to be found. Here are some of the most asked questions about traveling in Bihar.
Due to Losar, Bodh Gaya was filled with Buddhist Monks and followers who had assembled here from different countries. You would see large groups of Monks wearing their traditional clothes mediating in different complex of the temple.
Bihar’s monsoon experience is unique because hardly anyone has seen it from a traveler or a photographer’s POV.
The Stupa contains the relics of Buddha. These relics are secured in a glass enclosure and a tiny golden statue of the sitting Buddha is kept inside.
Thanks to your response and comments, I had to compile the second part of the Indian ruin trail series as soon as I could. In the previous post I spoke about the ruins of Southern and The Western part of India. In this post I have tried to compile a lit of abandoned structures, cities... Continue Reading →
Forget Buddha Smriti Park, PnM Mall and 3rd Class fake Goa called Diyara. Patna has long list of Heritage sites that have been ignored for a long long time by administration and its own people. Staying in Patna for 3 years I have seen most of these places as ignored as a Bihari groom candidate... Continue Reading →
Living in Patna makes people run out of options for places to visit around the city. As a Bihar and a travel enthusiast I have faced this problem frequently. Bad roads, lack of public transport and hardly available information makes things even more difficult. If you really want to take a break and you have... Continue Reading →