Bodh Gaya is a Buddhist journey site in Gaya District of Bihar. Well known for the Mahabodhi Temple, It was here under the Bodhi tree that Gautama Buddha achieved illumination.
It is currently one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and a ton of outside nations, including Japan and China, have helped the Indian government in building offices for the Buddhist explorers. The spot is clamoring with travelers all during that time from India and abroad who come to pay their praise in religious communities, sanctuaries and remainders of Bodhi Tree.
Situated close to the stream Neranjana, Bodh Gaya was prior known as Uruwela. It was otherwise called Sambodhi, Vajrasana or Mahabodhi until the eighteenth century CE. It is one of the four significant Buddhist destinations that include: Kushinagar, Lumbini and Sarnath.
Things to Do: Nature Walk, Border Trek, Jungle Camp, Jungle Camp, Watchtowers, etc…
Attractions: Mahabodhi Temple, Statue of Lord Buddha, Great Buddha Statue, Tibetan Refugee Market, Bodhi Tree, Thai Monastery, Thai Monastery, Mahabodhi Temple Complex Book store, Muchalinda Lake, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Brahmayoni Temple, Cankamana, Chinese Temple, Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple, etc…
Best Time to visit: October to March.
Peak Season: October to May.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal is at Gaya (17 km) with customary flights to and from different urban communities.
- By Rail: Gaya likewise has the closest railroad station which is open by transport or three-wheel taxis.
- By Road: Standard transport administration is likewise accessible from Varanasi, Nalanda, Rajgir, and Kathmandu. An excursion via vehicle can be extremely harsh, and it is prudent to maintain a strategic distance from the Gaya Market zone.
Popular Restaurants: Suraj Restaurant, Bhaji Restaurant, Elite Family Restaurant, Garden Restaurant, etc…