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Mithila’s Madhubani Artist Ganga Devi & Her Paintings

Madhubani Paintings by Mithila's Ganga Devi Madhubani and Warli paintings have become the symbols of Indian tribal art or folk art. You can find them...
Kids at Barabar Hills in Bihar

When I Became A Catalyst By Destiny – Story From Bihar

This blog just turned eight, 8 years of non-stop blogging. I could not have asked for a better story to come my way to...
Lomas Rishi Cave, Barabar Hills

Barabar Caves, First Ever Caves Of India – Historical Places In Bihar

Barabar Caves, Gaya, Historical Places in Bihar Recently visited Barabar Caves as part of my first ever trip to Bihar. Excavated caves are spread across Indian...
Ashoka Pillar with lion capital at Vaishali

Vaishali, Birthplace Of Lord Mahaveer – Historical Places In Bihar

My first impressions of Vaishali were created by Acharya Chatursen’s book “Vaishali ki Nagarvadhu”. The opulence described in the book and the characters that...
Vishwa Shanti Stupa at Rajgir

Rajgir, Host Of Buddhist Councils – Historical Places In Bihar

Rajgir or Rajgriha as it was known in its hay days was the first capital of Magadh Mahajanapada. Before they moved to Pataliputra on...
Nalanda University

Nalanda – Ancient Seat Of Learning, Historical Places In Bihar

Nalanda, along with Bodh Gaya was one of the primary attractions for me to do a Bihar trip. The place just invokes a sense...
An ancient carved stone door-jamb at Patna Museum

Patna – Current Day Version Of Ancient Pataliputra

Pataliputra - Places to visit in Patna Patna, or Pataliputra the city that was founded by Magadh king Ajatshatru on the banks of river Ganga,...
Mahabodhi temple, Bodh Gaya, Bihar

Bodh Gaya – Where Buddha Achieved Enlightenment

Bodh Gaya - Revered Place for Buddhist Bodh Gaya is probably the best-known place in Bihar as far as the international tourists are concerned. It...
Giant Buddha statue at Bodh Gaya in Bihar

Banka Bihar – First Impressions Of My Travel

Bihar – the state invokes an image of poverty as if people there have nothing to eat, missing law and order. As if you...

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