History of Bodh Gaya museum,Bodh Gaya

Buddha statue

History of Bodh Gaya museum Bodh Gaya Museum was established in 1956.In this Museum consists of two galleries and an open courtyard as well as two verandas that exhibit antique items. The Bodh Gaya museum exhibits pictures related to the Buddhist and Brahminical beliefs of bronze and stone sculptures, Buddhist deities, zodiac sign on the guardrails of the Sun, Suga era, etc., in the Museum of Buddhist worship.when you will pass through the courtyard of the Bodh Gaya museum than you have to face the stones, which were transferred from…

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History of Bodhi Tree,Bodh Gaya

tree

History of Bodhi Tree Bo tree is called as Bodhi tree, it is a very large and very holy and old tree, Bodhi trees are easily identified due to the heart-shaped leaves, it is believed to be in Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya. It is said that Lord Buddha had attained the spiritual knowledge and Bodhi knowledge sitting under this tree. बोधि पेड़ का इतिहास बो वृक्ष को हीं बोधि वृक्ष कहा जाता है ,यह बहुत ही बड़ा और बहुत पवित्र एवं पुराना वृक्ष है, बोधि वृक्ष आसानी से दिल के…

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History of Golghar,Patna

Golghar

History of Golghar The Golghar is situated near the Gandhi Maidan in Patna.This is a wonderful example of Bihar state, there is no pillar in its construction. Due to the Gumbdakar shape, it is compared to the tomb of Mohammad Adil Shah built in 1627-55. A voice is echoed 27-32 times inside the cellar. In 1770, Governor General Warren Hastings planned to build the Golghar, its construction was completed on 20 July 1786 in the British Raj.Many tourists know Patna due to the Golghar.One of the major tourist destinations of…

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Maha Bodhi Temple,Bodh Gaya

maha boddhi temple Gaya

History of Maha Bodhi Temple One of the most sacred places of Buddhism, the Maha Bophi Mandir is one of the oldest temples in India. Recognizing Buddha’s place of knowledge (Bodhi) It is situated on the banks of the Niranjana river of central Bihar state and the Mahabodhi temple complex is one of India’s most prominent religious and spiritual centers and is a major tourist attraction for foreign visitors. The original structure, which was later changed, was made to celebrate Buddha’s knowledge by one of the most important religious conversions…

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