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This stupa is very close to Vaishali museum and with no entry cost. Go on a less sunny day as you will need to walk around. There are Buddha statues around the Stupa in different positions plus you can get a top view of Vaishali...More
I visited this place in February, The place is good very calm, but not maintained, all flowers trees are gone, Not even a single maintenance guy, People who came to visit are climbing on the idols to click pics.
The area is very good, very...More
Overall it is very good to see. But dont expect much from this. This is just a building which is shown in the picture and nothing is inside. Just take the round of the building and its over. No maintenance as expected for this monument....More
The small village "Vaishali' was once a republic ...the first republic of the world. The place is too beautiful to visit !!! Keep some time to spend here ...u will feel as if u r attaining inner peace !
Vaishali has been the first republic of the world !! The land of famous dancer "Amrapali", the land of "King Vishal" and the land of Chandragupta Maurya !!
Vaishali is well connected by road from Patna, the state capital of Indian state of Bihar. The...More
I loved the place. The Stupa was so clean well maintained and the place had greeneries all around. It provided good soothing from the hot summer. Each statue of Budhha felt as if it was telling a different story. When you are in Patna and...More
Nice, Clean and Very well maintained away from the city/village traffic. Go there to get some peace. What lacks is the support from the government to promote some eateries and hotels in the area to promote the hidden gems of Bihar