Nalanda: Pilgrim of Education

NalandaNalanda was declared as a separate district, with Bihar Sharif as the headquarters after having split from Patna. It is known as a great center for learning since ancient times. The district of Nalanda is the house of a famous Nalanda University. Buddhist monks have resided in Nalanda during the establishment of Nalanda University.  As per the Archaeological Survey of India, this part is declared as important part of state. Bihar enriched of various such locations of religious, historical, mythological and cultural importance that attracts a lot of attention of world explorers, even in the lesser known parts of the state. The history of Nalanda traces back to the history times when Bihar was the capital of Magadha.

Iconic Places to Visit in Nalanda

Nalanda University:

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It is known as a center for learning and education since the ancient times. Nalanda International University is located in the Rajgir region of Bihar. It is near to the district of Nalanda. Known as the ancient seat of education and learning, the traces of this university lead back to the times when Patna was called Patliputra, and was the capital of the Magadha kingdom. It is well known as a monastery of Mahavir, and also one of the most significant Buddhist learning centers of India. Historians have revealed the ruins of the university back to the 5th century, towards the 12th century until when it was a great learning institution.

Tar Maa Mandir

It is situated in the area known as Sakunat. The Tara Maa Mandir is a pilgrim site for Hindu devotees. This temple’s surrounding of lush trees and a tranquil atmosphere, one that appeals to tourists and devotees alike. It is a famous pilgrimage location for Hindu pilgrims who are touring all the religious places of Bihar. Tara Maa Mandir is a shrine that attracts the devotees in a large number annually, and they can also enjoy the peaceful ambience around the temple.

Mian Talab

Singhtu is a place in Bihar close to Nalanda, which includes the Mian Talab, which is surrounded by four mohallas. The fresh water of this pond is a tourist attraction. Even locals are found frolicking around the pond, amid the beautiful trees and gardens around it. Tourists are guided to the Talab because it is an appealing destination for those visiting Bihar for the first time.

Shiva Mandir

Close to Nalanda city is another religious shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. The area, it is situated in is known as Ramchandrapur legend, is the location where Lord Krishna and Lord Balaram came to during the time of the Mahabharat. The temple is of religious importance to Hindu disciples and they are attracted to it in a large number. The temple of Lord Shiva is very huge, albeit not too extensive as it doesn’t stretch too far; but it is an important religious location for ardent devotees of Bihar, and even those who find themselves in the vicinity.

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Kargil Park

The Kargil Park is a garden with historical importance. You can find the tributes dedicated to the freedom fighters of India. It is also a quaint and peaceful garden that appeals to kids and adults alike. Tourists also explore this area to find out more about the historical importance of the place, and due to the mentions of the revolutionary freedom fighters of India. The park consists of various looming trees and lamps that light up after dark, and illuminate the beautiful location. The area in which it is located is known as Kargil Chowk, and one can find various historical references.

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Nalanda city is a small part of Bihar and it holds great historical and mythological importance. The Buddhist and Jain monasteries reside in and around this town are attractive parts of the state of Bihar. Nalanda holds great Buddhist importance for the followers of Buddhism, and also for the Jain devotees. The presence of Hindu temples also adds to its religious and also for the Jain devotees. The presence of Hindu temples also adds to its religious importance.

 

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