Tourist attractions in Bihar 05/03/2017


 

BIHAR TOURISM

 

Spirituality Segment:-

(a)Buddha Circuit – Bodh Gaya (Gaya), Rajgir (Nalanda), Nalanda, Vaishali, LauriyaNandangarh (East Champaran) ,LauriyaArreraj (East Champaran), Kesaria (East Champaran) Vikramshila (Bhagalpur), Jehanabad;

(b) Sufi Circuit — Manersharif (Patna), Khankahmujibia (Patna), MittanGhat (Patna), Hajipur Karbala (Vaishali), Hasanpura (Nalanda), Bibi Kamal Shahib (Jehanabad), BadiDargah (Nalanda), ChhotiDargah (Nalanda);

(c) Jain Circuit—Vaishali, Rajgir (Nalanda), Pawapuri (Nalanda), Nathnagar (Bhagalpur), Mandar Hill (Banka), Champanagar (Bhagalpur), Kundal Gram (Nalanda), Samosaran (Nalanda) and Lachhuar (Jamui);

(d) Ramayan Circuit — Valmikinagar (West Chaparan), PretShila (Gaya), AhilyaAsthan (Darbhanga), Sitamarhi, Kako (Jehanabad), Sita- kund (Sitamarhi), Shingheshwar (Saharsa), Ramshila (Gaya), Buxar, Giddheshwar (Jamui);

(e) Shakti Circuit — MundeshwariAsthan (Kaimur), ChandiAsthan (Munger), UgrataraAsthan(Mahishi, Saharsa), Aami (Saran), Thave (Gopalganj), TarachandiAsthan (Rohtas), Bakhorapur (Bhojpur), Shyamakali (Darbhanga), BhagwatiAsthan (Nayanagar, Madhepura), BadiPatan Devi (Patna), ChhotiPatan Devi (Patna), MatsyagandhaRaktkali Temple (Saharsa), Uchchait (Madhubani);

(f) Sikh Circuit — Patna Sahib (Patna city, Patna), Bal lila Sahib (Patna), Guru Teg Bahadur Gurudwara (Gaighat, Patna), GurunanakKund (Rajgir, Nalanda), Ara, Katihar, Gaya and Sasaram, Bhagalpur, Guru ka Bagh (Patna city, Patna), GurudwaraPacciSangat (Munger), GurudwaraHandi Sahib (Danapur, Patna) ;

(g) Gandhi Circuit —Motihari (East Champaran), Bettiah (West Champaran), BhitiharwaAashram (West Champaran), Vrindavan (West Champaran), SadakatAashram (Patna), Gandhi Sangrahalaya (Patna);

(h) Shiv Circuit- Guptadham (Kaimur), Baijudham (Gaya), Koteshwardham (Gaya), Singheshwardham (Madhepura), KusheshwarAsthan (Darbhanga), SiddheshwarAsthan (Jehanabad), Ajgaibinath (Sultanganj, Bhagalpur), Ashok dham (Lakhisarai), Garibnath (Muzaffarpur), Mahendranath (Saran), Bramheshwarnath (Buxar) ;

(i) Mandar and Ang Circuit – Munger, Bhagalpur and Banka;

(j) Kanwariya Route-Sultanganj (Bhagalpur) to Banka;

Cultural & HeritageSegment:-

  • Bihar has a vast array of protected monuments, world heritage sites and several other sites, like the ruins of Nalanda and Vikramshila (oldest universities in the world), which have the potential of being world heritage sites.
  • Special heritage zones with converted heritage buildings and suitable activities can be developed, while retaining the originality of the structures
  • Development and promotion of museums in co-ordination with ASI and other State Government departments to promote our culture. The newly inaugurated ―Bihar Museum‖ is an important attraction.
  • With a view to promote handloom and handicrafts of Bihar, ―Shilp Grams‖ (Craft villages) and handicrafts markets is being promoted near tourist places.

Rural/VillageSegment:-

Art and crafts of Bihar could help develop and promote rural tourism and extend the socioeconomic benefits of tourism to rural areas. For example, villages engaged in Tehta (Jehanabad), Nepura (Nalanda), Ranti and Jitwarpur (Madhubani), Patharkatti (Gaya), Nathnagar (Bhagalpur) etc. could be targeted for development of rural tourism

WellnessSegment:-

“Wellness Tourism” based on yoga and aqua therapy using sulphur water from hot water springs in Rajgir and Munger can be promoted. This has the potential to be Bihar‘s most unique tourism offering, with holistic healing and rejuvenation of the individual from every dimension- physical, mental, and spiritual

Eco & Wildlife Segment:-

Eco-Tourism could be promoted through integration of wildlife sanctuaries to offer a potential tourist places. Some of the identified tourist places are: Rajgir (Nalanda), Bhimbandh Sanctuary (Munger), Kaimur Sanctuary (Kaimur), GautamBudhh Sanctuary (Gaya), Naktidham (Jamui), Gogabill Sanctuary (Bhagalpur), Kanwar lake (Begusarai), GhoraKatora Lake (Nalanda), Kakolat Waterfall (Nawada), Telhar Waterfall (Rohtas), Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary (Bhagalpur) and Valmiki National Park (West Champaran).

Ganga basedSegment: -

  •  The Ganga has a unique value in terms of tourism and could be leveraged by introducing a cruise along the river, connecting historical sites near its banks such as Patna, Bhagalpur, etc.
  • Dolphin watching is another unique tourism product offered by the state that could be further strengthened

Fairs & Festivals Segment: -

 

Bihar has unique events, fairs and festivals like Sonepur fair, Chath festival, Saurat Sabha, Rajgir festival and Boudh festival, all of which have the potential to attract domestic as well as international tourists, upon development of adequate facilities

 

 

 

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