Gaya

Bodhgaya is a small village in the state of Bihar. It is one of the most famous pilgrimage places for the Buddhist. The place is clamouring with travellers all during that time who come to pay their praise in the religious communities, places of worship and sanctuaries. It additionally pulls in sightseers from India and abroad attributable to its great Buddha statue, the Mahabodhi Temple and the Bodhi tree.

Bodh Gaya is the very same place that houses the Mahabodhi tree, under which Gautam Buddha thought and achieved edification.

Bodh Gaya t is presently one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Situated close to the river Niranjana, Bodh Gaya was prior known as Uruwela. Till the 18th century CE, it was called as Sambodhi, Vajrasana or Mahabodhi.

A trek to Bodh Gaya gives important bits of knowledge into the way of life of Indian religious ways of thinking and furthermore features some structural perfect works of art that would leave one enchanted.

Places to visit in Bodh Gaya other than Mahabodhi Temples is the Great Buddha Statue, Thai Monastery, Muchalinda Lake, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Brahmayoni Temple, Cankamana, Vishnupad Temple and others