• Bihar Travel Guide
  • Bihar Travel Guide
  • Bihar Travel Guide

Bihar Travel Guide

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Bihar, one of the largest states in Eastern part of India, has a historical significance. The culturally rich state is known for various tourism options ranging from pilgrimages to prehistoric monuments, rivers, and cities.

Archeological Wonders of Bihar to Keep You Enticed
The beautiful state is full of wonders ranging from ancient architectural wonders to contemporary one. When it comes to ancient wonders name of Vishnupada Temple, Mahabodhi Temple, Sasaram, Maner Sharif, Patliputra, Brahmayoni Hill, Pretshila Hill, Ramshila Hill, cannot be ignored. On the other hand, Bihar tourism is also explored for some ancient forts like Rohtasgarh Fort, Sasaram Fort, Palamu Fort, Maner Fort, Jalalgarh Fort, Raj Mahal, Munger Fort.
Spiritual and Divine Tourism in Bihar
Bihar one of the most blessed place of various faiths approximating Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism & Islam, Many tourist travel to Bihar to visit their pilgrimage. Not forget to mention the Mahabodhi Temple, a Buddhist shrine and UNESCO World Heritage Site is in Bihar. Mahatma Gandhi Setu, Patna, is one of the longest bridge in the world is also one of the prime attractions and an instance of contemporary architectural wonder.

Mahavir Mandir, Sitamarhi, Madhubani, Punausa, Buxar, West Champaran, Munger, Jamui, Darbhanga, Anga, Patna, Gaya, etc are some of the famous places in Bihar known for temples and shrines that are famous in East part of India. Sikh pilgrimage tourism is also famous in Bihar as there are numerous famous shrines of Sikhs like Takht Shri Harmandir Saheb, Gurdwara Pahila Bara, Gurdwara Gobind Ghat, Gurdwara Guru Ka Bagh, Gurdwara Bal Leela and the list goes on.
How to Reach Bihar?
The beautiful state with culturally rich heritage in the eastern part of India is well connected via air, road and rail.

By Air : Capital city of Patna is well connected via air from New Delhi and other cities of the country. There are regular flights to Patna from different parts of the country.

By Rail : Each train that goes to West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha and north-east passes through Bihar. In this way, it is well connected via rail to all main railway stations in the country.

By Road : National Highways that reach to Jharkhand, West Bengal, Odisha and north-east India pass from Bihar. In this way, its all cities are well connected via road through different national highways.