Gaya is a holy city beside the Falgu River, in the northeast Indian state of Bihar. It is known for 18th-century Vishnupad Mandir, a riverside temple with an octagonal shrine. Close by, the ancient Mangla Gauri Temple is set on a hilltop. To the north, Hindu devotees bath in a Brahma Kund pond before honoring their deceased ancestors atop Pretshila Hill. To the south lies the Hindu pilgrimage center of Bodh Gaya.
Mangla Gauri Temple

Mangla Gauri temple in Gaya 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 shaktipeeth.
Mahabodhi Temple

Mahabodhi Temple serves to be the main and most important attraction in Bodh Gaya. It was built in the 7th century, surrounding the Bodhi Tree that Buddha sat under whilst he attained enlightenment.
Great Buddha Statue

Great Buddha statue of Lord Buddha is the tallest in India. It is a meditating Buddha resting on a giant lotus, constructed using intricately carved sandstone and red granite.
Bodhi Tree

Bodhi Tree is the tree that Lord Buddha meditated under before he could attain enlightenment. The original Bodhi tree may have been destroyed by many Kings, but the direct descendants flourish even today standing tall at 80 feet.
Tibetan Refugee Market

Tibetan Refugee Market is a paradise for shopping lovers. It offers a large variety of winter-wears, handicrafts, and souvenirs, etc.
Thai Monastery

Thai Monastery is well known for its curved roof covered with exquisite tiles of gold. The Thai Monastery houses a bronze statue of Buddha and another recently erected 25m high statue in the garden.
Royal Bhutan Monastery

The Royal Bhutan Monastery has been named so, as it was built by the King of Bhutan as a dedication to Lord Buddha.
Muchalinda Lake

Muchalinda Lake is located next to the main temple. It is associated with a mythological tale stating that Lord Buddha was protected from the storm by Snake King Muchalinda.
Brahmayoni Temple

Devotees who wish to visit this temple must go through a grueling climb of 424 high stone steps to reach the top of the hill, atop which lies Brahmayoni temple.
Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple

Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple is an outstanding example of Buddhist culture and Japanese architecture, this temple was built in 1972 with the help of International Buddhist communities.
Best Time To Visit Gaya

Gaya has warm temperatures year-round. April to June can see scorching highs, and the monsoon season brings heavy rainfall. A popular time for visiting the city is from November to March when it is warm and relatively dry.

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