Darbhanga Palace Tour

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Darbhanga palace, Darbhanga Raj

Previous Next Darbhanga, the seat of the erstwhile royal family, is the cultural capital of Mithila. One of the richest royalties at its peak, Darbhanga Raj contributed immensely in the cultural and educational development of the region. Rajnagar is another small town in Madhubani and has a collection of beautiful temples and ruins of a magnificient fort. Some of the well known temples in the region include Durga Mandir, Kali Mandir, Kamakhya Mandir, Naulakha Mandir, Girija Mandir, etc. Interact with Madhubani artists at the Jitwarpur village, the village of Padma shree awardees like Jgdamba…

Rajgir-Pawapuri Tour: A Comprehensive tour of ancient land of Nalanda and Pawapuri

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Jal Mandir, Pawapuri

Previous Next Explore Rajgir The twin cities of Rajgir and Pawapuri have close association with the lives of Buddha as well as Lord Mahavir, the 24th Tirthankar of Jainism. Dotted with ancient artifacts, beautiful temples and nestled in the Rajgir hills, one will find himself immersed in the wonders of the ancient world in this full day tour to this historical land. This comprehensive tour will you give you an peak into the historical lands of Rajgir, Nalanda and Pawapuri. An adventurous ropeway ride to Vishwa Shanti Stupa will remind you of…

Guided Rajgir Tour

Previous Next Rajgir, comes from the word Raj Griha meaning the house of the Royals. Rajgir was the earliest capital of Magadh Kingdom and thereby has a great historical importance. Its picturesque landscape adds to its historical value attracting tourists all over the world. This place is closely associated with Gautam Buddha, the founder of Buddhism and Mahavira, the twenty fourth tirthankar of Jainism. It is a perfect holiday retreat for religious, historical or adventure tourists. Be it the thrilling ropeway ride to Vishwa Shanti Stupa or the Saptaparni Gufa or the…

Sabhyata Dwar

Previous Next Sabhyata Dwar, also known as the Civilisation Gate is a 105-ft tall-structure built to showcase the glorious past of Patliputra province. The monument is built from red and white sandstone and is taller than Gateway of India and Golghar. The northern and southern face of Sabhyata Dwar consists of inscriptions attributed to Megasthenes, Samrata Ashoka, Lord Buddha and Lord Mahavira.


Previous Next Golghar, a round-shaped granary is located to the west of Gandhi Maidan. As the name suggests, its known for its bee-hive structure and has a spiral stairway consisting of 145 steps. One can enjoy a panoramic view of the Ganges and the city from the top of Golghar. Golghar was designed by a British Engineer Captain John Garstin and its construction was completed in 1786. It has a storage of 140000 tons.