|Valmiki national park-Bihar|
| The Valmiki National Park is well dispersed across a pulsating plot |
The Valmiki National Park made its innocuous presence felt
The placid waters of the rivulet called Gandak and the magniloquent apex of the Mount Everest on the western fringe
The Valmiki tract is broken and undulating often
The great Gandak and the Masan rivers collect all the water from the numerous, tortuous tributaries. These rivers and streams keep changing course from side to side, facilitated by the erosion-prone sandy
Hill system is the continuation of
|Address:valmiki national park ,Patana,Bihar,India|
|Nearest City: Valmiki nagar|
|Best time to visit: October to February|
|Summer: 43 °C – 30 °C, Winter: 21.4 °C – 5 °C|
|The Valmiki Tiger Reserve, the 18th Tiger Reserve of the country and second in Bihar, is located in the northern most part of the West Champaran district of the State. Core area was declared as a National Park in 1989. Government of Bihar had notified 464.60 sq. km. area as Valmiki Wildlife Sanctuary in 1978. Later on, in 1990 an area of 419.18 sq. km. was added to the Sanctuary. Thus Valmiki Wildlife Sanctuary embraces a total area of 880.78 sq. km.|
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There is lion pillar of Ashoka, which is a single block of polished
A name meaning 52 forts. It is also known as Tripan bazar. The remains of 52 forts and Tripan bazar are at Darubari.
Someshwar Fort is situated in Narkatiagani sub-division, near Nepal border, on top of the Someshwar hill at 2884 ft above M.S.L. It is in ruined state but its remains are well defined.
A holy place of Hindu. The name is derived from the fact that three rivers (Gandak, Sonha
Bhabar Dun Sal
Sal (Shorea robusta), Asan, Karama, Semal, Khair, Cane(Calamus tenuis), Jamun,
Tiger, Leopard, Fishing Cat, Leopard Cat, Chital, Sambar, Hog Deer, Black Buck, Gaur, Sloth Bear, Langur, Rhesus
fauna and flora:
There is no poaching in
A Valmiki temple is called an Ashram, which means a hermitage or monastery. It is the communal house for Valmikis. The function of the Ashram is to
It lies at a distance of 3 kilometers from the main town and was constructed by the Lichchavis for
A small sleepy town close to Hazipur, Sonepur comes alive every year on Kartik Purnima when one of the largest cattle fairs of Asia is
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|Nearest Railway Station:The Valmiki Nagar rail head is 5km from the park.|
|Nearest Airport:Patna airport is at Patna at a distance of 295km.|
|Road Transport:There are bus services from Valmiki Nagar to Bettiah ( 80km) the nearest town.|
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Built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh, this dome shaped structure houses many Sikh scriptures and personal belongings of Guru Gobind Singh.The shrine was built to consecrate the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru (prophet). Many Sikh scriptures and the personal belongings of the prophet are preserved in this dome-shaped structure.
Nearly 5km away from Patna, this is the site of ancient Mauryan capital Patalipra. A huge 80-pillared hall of the Mauryan dynasty is an important find from the excavation.An archaeologist’s delight, this spot is marked by a huge 80 pillared hall. It is actually the ruins of Ashokan Pataliputra which in its heyday was comparable to Venice of the East.
The Museum has been constructed at the site of the fort of Sher Shah. The personal museum preserves a great collection of jade, Chinese paintings and silver filigree work of the Mughal period.The personal collection of Diwan Bahadur Radhakrishnan Jalan is housed in this museum. The jade collection, the beautiful Chinese paintings and the exquisite filigree work of the Mughal period form a part of its excellent repertoire.
This archeological remains of a deep well is one of the major tourist attractions in Patna. It is believed to be associated with the time of Ashoka.Believed to date back to the Ashokan period, this deep well draws a large number of visitors.
Patna Museum :
Locally known as the Jadu Ghar, this museum houses an amazing collection of bronze sculptures and terracotta figures. Its most precious object is the Didarganj Yakshi.The museum displays a prized collection of archaeological finds from different sites in Bihar. Metal and stone sculptures of the Maurya and Gupta Periods, terracotta figurines, ashes of the Buddha and a 16meters long fossilized tree feature among the exhibits. Patna Museum. The museum boasts of an amazing collection of Buddhist art, dating back to somewhere around 8th century AD to 12th century AD. The most magnificent pieces of art consist of the statues of Avalokitesvara and Maitreya. Apart from that, the city also houses some large pillars and the foundations of a Buddhist Monastery, known as Anand.
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|Petrol Pump:Bhagalpur,Bihar,India Petrol Pump:Bhagalpur,Bihar,India|
|Nand Hotel:Sabzi Market,Saharsa,Bihar,India Satkar Hotel:Saharsa,Bihar,India Sana Rest House:Saharsa,Bihar,India|
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Refinery Township Hospital:Begusarai,Bihar,India
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