HISTORICAL & RELIGIOUS PLACES
- Patna Sahib Gurudwara– A Gurudwara (a Sikh religious center/temple) was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in remembrance of Guru Gobind Singh Ji – a spiritual master of Sikhism, who was born in Patna.
- Golghar– A building in the shape of a beehive and got its name due to its round shape (Gol means round in Hindi); It was built in 1786 by Captain John Garstin (of British East India company) and originally served as a storehouse.
- Patan Devi Mandir – A Hindu temple dedicated to Maa Patneshwari; also, one of the oldest temples in Patna city
- Buddha Smriti Udyan- Also known as Buddha Memorial Park, this is a large and beautiful garden/park that also houses a stupa and grounds for meditation; it is also the place where the ashes of Gautama Buddha are known to be kept.
- Kesaria Stupa- Considered to be the tallest and biggest Buddhist Stupa (a dome-shaped shrine building) in the world, this was built by the great Indian ruler Ashoka, who became an ardent follower of Buddhism.
- Mahavir Mandir –This is the second largest religious shrine in North India, and one of the popular temples dedicated to the worship of Lord Hanuman.
- Gandhi Sangrahalaya – A library/gallery dedicated to mahatma Gandhi - this place provides a visual biography of Gandhi's life with the help of pictures of milestones since his childhood to death, including documents, quotes, models and other memorabilia.