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Need to improve cleanliness.Beware of pandas in a nd around.No places to have food.my recommendation is to avoid lunch hours as there are no outlets in and around temple Main temple is divine and visit is an experience in itself:)
It is a unique Hindu temple. There is no idol of main deity. Legend is interesting. The holy place Gaya is named after a demon called Gayasur, who did an amercement and sought a boon that whosoever sees him will get salvation (Moksha). Due to...More
Visited the temple as part of the Prayag-Varanasi-Gaya Yatra for performing parental rights. Visited the temple first on a late Sunday evening (temple was open till 11pm or so) and was a pleasant feeling with literally no crowd and hassle. We did parental rituals at...More
The belief is that prayers at this temple will wash away your sins. This is also the place to do rituals for ancestors. Thankfully, the temple was not crowded and hence we could take our time, touching the feet of the lord and offering prayers...More
It is situated on the banks of the River Phalgu and is said to have been built over the footprints of Lord Vishnu. This ancient temple was built in Shikara style.One can see a 40 cm long footprint of Lord Vishnu here, which is imprinted...More
This is not a temple. Its a money making racket... The pandits are just too commercial. Really sad. Can be a nice and peaceful place to sit and meditate, but alas... If I could give 500 to keep them out for 20 mins, it would...More
This temple is situated within the city and has people poring in from all across the country. The place is decent and cleanliness has increased comparitively from the last two visits that I had. Mornings and Evenings are the times you could a visit, though...More