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.
Street art is not something that one will expect or associate with a city like Patna. But recently, the city administration and state government, in their attempt to promote folk arts, decided to paint the wall of the city with beautiful paintings made by Madhubani artists.
Rajgir is the first capital of Magadha Kingdom and was known as Rajagriha. This small village close to Bihar and Jharkhand’s border is now a highly revered site being important to the followers of Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.
Sonepur Mela is one of the most popular fairs in India. Apart from being the biggest Cattle fair in Asia, its sheer grandness surpasses famous festivals like Pushkar fair.
From the building to the galleries, Bihar Museum, Patna presents a display of unique culture of Bihar to the visitors. As one of the best places to visit in Patna, this museum is a perfect day trip in Patna.
Sonepur Mela is the biggest cattle fair of Asia organized near Hajipur. An hour away from Patna, Sonepur is located on the banks of Gandak River and has a huge importance in mythology.
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.