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Varanasi gaya bodhgaya manglagauri Trip

Do you want to enjoy the core culture of India? Varanasi is the spot where Hinduism developing in ancient India. River Ganges that flows through the city is the holy river of the religion. It is said that many Gods lived and meditated in this city. Many literature and poems were written in this city that now they stand as an axis of the religion. Any pilgrimage for Hinduism will and should cover Varanasi.

Perhaps one of the holiest of destinations for Buddhists, Bodh Gaya is truly a wonderful place to visit. While several devotees throng this city to see the sacred Bodhi Tree – under which Lord Buddha attained nirvana, there is much to see and experience. This is where tourists come to find peace of mind.

Even though this is a small city in India, there are tremendous Tibetan influences that can be seen here. Tibetan food and articles can be found with absolute ease and all these have found much favour with tourists. The state government has ensured that the sights are easily accessible and well connected with rest of the important places in the vicinity.

The temple is located high on the top of the Mangla Gauri hill in Gaya in Bihar. It faces the East, and the rays of the rising sun fall directly on the face of the temple every morning. A flight of steps and a motorable road leads up to the temple on the hill. The temple was built in the 15th century at the time when the Rajputs came to defend the region comprising of Gaya and Benares from the Mughals who invaded the region and tried to occupy it.

Gaya Bodhgaya

Vishnupad Temple (Vishnupad means foot print of lord Vishnu) is located in Gaya on the banks of Falgu river. you will find here a 40 cm long foot print of Lord Vishnu inside the temple imprinted on rock surrounded by silver plated basin. This temple was constructed by Queen Ahilya Bai in 1787 and the city of Gaya has mainly developed around the temple.

Mahabodhi Temple is one of the ancient and most important shrines of India. Located at Bodhgaya, Mahabodhi Mahavihara Temple is easily accessible from the major towns and cities of Bihar. The nearest airport is located at Patna that lies at a distance of 96 kms from Gaya. The holy town Bodh Gaya or Gaya has its own railway station. The town is also connected with major cities by network of roads. The literal version of Mahabodhi Temple is the Great Awakening Temple. 

Bodhgaya is a renowned place where Lord Buddha got enlightenment. Perched on the banks of Niranjana River, Bodhgaya is a highly revered site of Buddhists. Pilgrims from all over the globe come to visit Bodhgaya, the awakening site. In the folklores, 

he Mangla Gauri Temple in Gaya, Bihar, India has been mentioned in Padma Purana, Vayu Purana and Agni Purana and in other scriptures and tantric works. This temple is among the eighteen maha shakti Peeth. The present temple dates back to 15th century. The shrine is dedicated to Shakti or the mother Goddess in the predominantly Vaishnavite pilgrimage center of Gaya. Mangalagauri is worshiped as the Goddess of benevolence. This temple constitutes an Upa-Shakti Pitha — where it is believed that a part of the body of Shakti fell according to mythology. Here Shakti is worshiped in the form of a breast, a symbol of nourishment. It is believed that whoever comes to maa Durga with his wishes and prayers, returns successfully with all of prayers and wishes come true.