One of India's cities that is developing the quickest is Patna, the capital of Bihar. The capital city has a lengthy cultural and historical history that dates back to 600 B.C. Patna is located on the southern banks of the Ganga River and approximately 53 metres above sea level. It was a renowned educational hub once known as Pataliputra or Patalipattan. As of right now, it serves as Bihar's main administrative, industrial, and educational hub. In Eastern India, it has the second-highest population. There are significant Buddhist and Sikh communities in this city. For Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, and Muslims alike, Patna is a sacred city. Thousands of Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu pilgrims visit Patna every year for religious purposes. The final Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh, was born there. One of the most significant Takts in Sikhism is the Gurudwara Har Mandir Sahib. Pathar ki Mosque, the largest mosque in Bihar, is located in Patna. There is also a Sher Shah Suri Mosque in Patna. For a view of British architecture, one may go to Padri Ki Haveli, the High Court, Golghar, and the Secretariat Complex. Patna offers something for everyone with its combination of ancient and contemporary locations.
The winter time is the ideal time to visit Patna. The weather is still pleasant and suitable for touring Patna's monuments and other points of interest. It is preferable to travel throughout the months of October, November, December, January, February, and March.
Gandhi Ghat, Golghar, Patna museum and lot more. Patna is a beautiful yet an interesting place to visit.