Bihar is one of the most underrated states which has numerous tourists spots. One of the most ironic statements when it comes to heritage tourism in the county is that Bihar was once the seat of one of the most prosperous ancient Indian kingdoms and today it suffers listlessness. No doubt they have huge number of foreign tourists but it doesn’t have much of national demand inspite of being historically affluent state.when it comes to heritage tourism in India. So, below given are some of the most famous tourist places in Bihar.
1. Bodh Gaya
It is a famous Buddhist pilgrimage site in Gaya district of Bihar. It was the same place where Lord Gautam Buddha attained enlightment and is famous for Mahabodhi temple.
Best Time: October to March
It is a city which is set in the backdrop of a glorious historic past and prospering along the southern banks of river Ganges. It boasts a dominant presence in the Indian history and is known as one of the oldest cities in the world. In addition to being one of the major and most popular tourist destination.
Best Time: October to March.
The most popular Mahavihara of the ancient times, a significant Buddhist seat of academic excellence and a modest pilgrim center, all wrapped in a wisp of spirituality, Nalanda continues to be an equally enriching location in the present. It offers vibrant substance of spirituality, history, culture. Best Time: October to March
Vaishali is a small district located in the interiors of Bihar which is well known for Hindu, Jain and Buddhist pilgrims. Its the same place where Lord Mahavira the twenty fourth Tirthankar was born. Considered as the first republic of the world, Vaishali is believed to have been named after King Vishal. Best Time: October to March.
This ancient village of Madhubani in Bihar is well known for is rich art and culture and the district has mentions in the epic Ramayana. This village’s Madhubani paintings are world famous. Best Time: October to February.