Bihar With Paradise Unexplored

Bihar With Paradise Unexplored

Bihar Travel Guide

Bihar is an ancient state settled in the plains of India. Its name derives from the word “VIHARA” that is a Buddhist Monastery. The state of Bihar shares an intertwined connection with Gautama Buddha. The region is home to several Buddhist pilgrimage sites, such as Bodh Gaya, Nalanda University, Barabar Caves, Dona Stupa, Gurpa, Kesaria Stupa, Hajipur, Champanagar. To an avid traveller, this state is no less than a dream destination.

Capital: Patna.

Climate: Humid & Sub-Tropical.

Best Time to Visit Bihar: It's November-Mid-March.

Why Visit Bihar?

Bihar appears to be one of the most underrated tourist sites in India. It’s a land where Nalanda University exists; it’s a place belonging to the life of Gautama Buddha. So, this region outshines as a land of spiritual and historical importance.

Keeping aside the ancient part, Bihar ensures fascinating wildlife attractions. Jungle safaris and bird-watching are the most-loved tour activities here. Both aquatic life and wildlife are mind-blowing.

Famous wildlife destinations Bihar has for you include - Valmiki National Park, Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park, Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary, Vikrashila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary, Gautam Buddha Wildlife Sanctuary, Gogabali Bird Sanctuary, Nagi Dam Bird Sanctuary, Udaypur Wildlife Sanctuary, Nakti Dam Bird Sanctuary, etc.

Approaching Bihar - The Land Of Monasteries

An East Indian state divided by the River Ganges, Bihar, covers an area of about 94,163sq km. Bounded by West Bengal to the northeast, Nepal to the north, and Uttar Pradesh to the west, this state by population is the third largest state in India. With its abundance of tourist sites, Bihar never leaves you unimpressed.

The state bags the crown of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, includingMahabodhi Temple and Nalanda University. Visiting these two destinations is a must if you’re planning a holiday here. Explore - Bodh Gaya, Madhubani, Patna, Bhagalpur, Pawapuri, Muzaffarpur, Rajgir, Lauriya Nandangarh, Tomb of Sher Shah Suri, Jal Mandir, Navlakha Palace, Mundeshwari Temple.

No wonder why Bihar is a prosperous tourist attraction. Owing to being one of the treasure troves of religious sites for Buddhists, Jains, and Hindus, and its scenic beauty, the state deserves immense appreciation. Get a wide range of cost-effective tour packages made for Bihar trips.

Good transportation service in the state helps reach other cities/states of India seamlessly. Jayaprakash Narayan Airport and Bodhgaya Airport are two significant airports in the state, connecting Delhi, Mumbai, Lucknow, and Kolkata through regular flights. The roadway networks connect other regions of India via state and national highways.

The main rail stations of Bihar in Patna, Bhagalpur, and Gaya link different regions of the country. State transport involves state and private buses, taxis, and autos. Go for a suitable mode of travel. For flight ticketing, you can inform your tour operator.

Food and Festivals

The foods of Bihar are as unique as the state is. Mouth-watering dishes that the state prepares offer a perfect food retreat. Famous foods you should not miss if you’re in Bihar exploration, serving - Kadhi Badi, Dal Pitha, Chicken Korma, Parwal Ki Mithai, Tilkut, Litti Chokha, Chana Ghugni, Malpua, Naivedyam, Khaja, Pedakiya, Kesar Peda, Khajuria, Rasia, Balushahi, Gur Anarsa, Sattu Sharbat, et al.

Heading to merrymaking, Bihar celebrates tons of festivals and fairs, such as - Chatth Puja, Shravani Mela, Makar Sankranti Mela, Sama Chakeva, Sonepur Cattle FairRajgir Mahotsav, Bihula. Connect with your tour guide to go ahead with trip planning depending on your tour goals. From accommodation, transportation to destination visit, all rest on your service provider.


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