Wildlife Sanctuaries

An Adventurous and Eco Tour in Bihar

Bihar Wildlife Sanctuaries constitute truly marvelous abodes for the wild beasts to dwell in as there are ample scope presented to them to engage themselves in various activities. Bihar has slowly but surely metamorphosed into an apt home for the survival of a wide array of wild beasts under perfect circumstances.

Till date Bihar proudly houses a staggering 21 wildlife sanctuaries along with the prosperous presence of 2 national parks which is mind-blowing feat in itself. The Bihar Wildlife Sanctuaries are not only endowed with an exceedingly spacious plot so that the territories belonging to various animals do not merge but also with opulent medical facilities that proves quite very handy in taking good care of the creatures.

The State was once rich in wildlife as the neighboring States of Orissa nad Madhya Pradesh. Emperor Ashok with Patliputra being the Capital of his empire had adopted the lion for his royal emblem, which confirms that lions too were found in Bihar. The present protected parks and sanctuaries are listed here.

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The Bihar Wildlife Sanctuaries constitute truly marvelous abodes for the wild beasts to dwell in as there are ample scope presented to them to engage themselves in various activities.

Buddhist Circuit in Bihar

The legendary spiritual enlightenment site of the Buddha under the holy Bodhi tree has become the magnetic point for human congregation ever since. The Kesaria Stupa, highest among the excavated Buddhist stupas is also situated in Bihar.

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Nalanda

The capital of the mighty Magadha Empire in the fourth century BC (also construed as the first recorded..

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Gaya

2500 years ago a young ascetic - Siddhartha attained enlightenment to become the Buddha and found..

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Vaishali

Vaishali ranked among few of the rare places in history that has left behind a trail of events that reflect..

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Bhagalpur

Remains of the ancient Vikramshila University have been excavated at village Antichak in the Bhagalpur..

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