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Tourism is an industry of extreme importance to any state as it has potential to generate lot of revenue. In many situation people only consider tourism to be the person travelling to a new city for sightseeing or to visit some famous places. Well this is not the case since you will find they even the common person travelling to perform business like to spend a some time by visiting famous destinations of the city. But certain regions of cities enjoy a lion’s share of the historical monument based tourism where as other have a more unique kind of tourist attraction linked to history or religion in many cases. Fortunately Patna has some of the best locations to visit and spend time. These locations range from historical monuments to wildlife and more.
Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan
Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan also known as Patnazoo should must figure in your wish list while visiting the city. Established as a botanical garden in 1969 and later included a zoo in
1973 is the most visited park in Patnaa, especially during winter weekends when families visit the park to
enjoy for a day long picnic. The park is famous for attracting 36,000 visitors
on a single day which was New Years day in 2011. Apaart from various wildlife speciaes there is also open space to have fun. Toy train inside the park is another major attraction. Take a ride and feel a new experience.
Golghar is considered by many as Patna’s most iconic tourist attraction and located near the Gandhi maidan. It is a huge granary measuring 29 meters and constructed in 1786 by Captain John Garstin. The granary was commission for construction after the famine experiences in 1770; the famine was among the worst to very hit the region and killed an estimated 10 million peoples in Bihar and Bengal. As soon as the famine had passed and people regained strength Captain John consulted the local regional leaders and planned for the construction of the granary. The granary had a whopping capacity of storing 140,000 tons of grain which can be used during leaner times. The greenery has grown to become the most famous tourist attraction in Patna over time. Your trip to Patna will remain incomplete without visiting Golghar which has become synonymous with Patna.
Address: West of Gandhi Maidan, Patna, Bihar
This is another old structure in Patna which continues to see huge numbers of people visiting to learn regarding Patna and Bihar’s history. The museum was constructed back in 1917 by the British and slowly stocked with different artifacts from both Patna and other regions. Today the museum has become an iconic place to visit for most people since it allows them to reconnect with their traditional culture and ways of life. The Patna museum has helps keep many traditional practices alive and understood and play a huge role to both visitors as well as residents visiting the museum.
Address: Patna Museum, Buddha Marg, Chajju Bagh, Patna, Bihar 800001
Takht Sri Patna Sahib
Sikhism is widely spread in Bihar and its common to find many Sikh temples across the whole of Bihar but none more prominent and visited asTakht Sri Patna Sahib. This Gurduwara sahib is famous for being the birthplace of the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Sighn Ji and sees a large number of Sikh Pilgrims visiting the gurduwara sahib each year. The Gurduwara was constructed by Maharaja Ranjit Sighn who was also responsible for the construction various gurudwara at sacred Sikh locations across India and Pakistan. Visiting the gurudwara will help in reveling more about Guru Gobind Singhji who spend his childhood days in this place. There are various belonging used by the guru preserved here. Travel to this place to get glimpses of the bygone era.
Agam Kuan in Patna
Agam Kuanis the oldest historical monument in Patna and dates back to the Emperor Maurya Askoka Period. The well is 105 feet deep and has a diameter of 20.2 feet with 44 feet of its depth laid with bricks to prevent erosion of the side walls. The brick wall extends out of the well to create a wall with 8 arched windows. There are among the oldest arched windows in India and provide a clear demonstration of the construction ingenuity used in construction at the time.