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Patna Map, India

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Patna Sightseeing

Imarat - E - Shariya is another famous monument which one must visit once he plans to visit Patna. This building is actually the Shariyat, which is responsible for setting and looking after the rules for Muslims of West Bengal, Orrisa, Jharkhand, Bihar, and all other Indian states in the North East. Its huge reach makes it an important place for the Muslim leaders. read more

Patna Nightlife

Once looked upon as a major commercial hub connecting several important Asian cities, when powers changed hands from emperors ranging from Mauryans, Guptas and Mughals to the British in 1912, when Patna was made the capital of Orissa, it brought with it the winds of change for a conventional, mostly working-class capital city in east India. Thereafter, a few, modest inns and restaurants opened up to serve the... read more

Patna Travel Guide

Patna is an important city for various religions as the pilgrim centers for Hindus, Buddhist, and Jain are located nearby Patna itself. Some of these centers are Nalanda, Rajgriha (also known as Rajgir), Vaishali, Pawapuri, and Bodhgaya. Sikhs also constantly visit Patna as the last human guru for Sikhs was born in Patna itself. His name was Guru Gobind Singh. read more

Patna History

Patna is known as the capital state of Bihar that is located in the northeastern part of India. The town was previously known as Potaliputra, Pushpapura, Azeemaba and Kusumpura. By 1991, its population quickly increased up to 917, 243. The city of Patna is recognized as a sacred place and the gurudwaras, where one of the places of worship can be found. The “guro Guro Gobind Singhji” lived in Patna. The constructed... read more

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