Maner Shareef Dargah was built in 1616 A.D. by Ibrahim Khan Fath Jang, Governor of Bihar under the Emperor Jahangir. The mausoleum was constructed over the grave of his religious preacher Makhdum Shah Daulat.
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.
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.
Samosa is the lifeline of Patna. Whether it is an occasion of ladki walas meeting the ladka walas for the first time or a victory of cricket match, samosa is the perfect snack for the event.
Name a theater chain that brags about branches all over the world that only includes its presence in some of the poorest countries in Latin America and Asia. These countries are hunting grounds for money churning multinational companies. The theater chain that has its branches in some of the 3rd tier cities of the country... Continue Reading →
Since I was a kid the Ranchi Patna train route is something I have been familiar with as me and my family has been commuting on the route since ages. The 90s saw that dreaded train that used to carry a million of passengers everyday between Patna and Ranchi called Superfast as a necessary evil,... 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 →
It’s been almost a year since I started coming to Patna on a regular basis and around 6 months since I shifted here. The best part of living here is the food and I am not talking about Dominos and KFC that are opening and overshadowing the traditional food chain in this city. So here... Continue Reading →