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Gaya and
Bodhgaya
MOHAN SHENOY 2005 PHOTO
The State of Bihar
As of 1st June 2012
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Gaya and Bodhgaya are two ancient towns situated in the northern Indian state of Bihar.
The state of Bihar is bound by the state of West Bengal on the East, Jharkhand on the
South, Uttar Pradesh on the West. and a souvereign country Nepal on the North.

Bihar is one of the bread baskets of India. Indian civilization has been rooted in Bihar,
which along with Uttar Pradesh, Bengal and Odisha form the bedrock of Hinduism.
Where is Gaya and where is Bodhgaya?
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A visit to the ancient Hindu and Buddhist seats of Gaya and Bodhgaya is a life-long desire of every Gowda
Saraswat Brahman (GSB)..
GAYA TEMPLE VIEWS
SCINDHYA GHAT
How to reach Gaya and Bodhgaya?
One can reach the best by train. We went to Gaya from Varanasi by taxi. The distance is 400
kilometers or thereabouts. One should start early in the morning from Varanasi which has
an airport. Bus transport is not well-developed in Bihar and even the trains are crowded and
reservation of seats almost impossible within 7 days prior to the journey.
BODHGAYA VIEWS
MANGALA GOWRI TEMPLE, GAYA
BODHGAYA VIEWS
MERA BHAARATH MAHAAN  There are 5,68,000 villages in India. There are 619 districts. India has 31 states and Union
Territories, There are at least 1618 languages spoken in India of which Sanskrit is the solid base. The people are
professing castes among the Hindus and there are 6400 different castes recognised. Hindus have at least six ethnic
origins. At least 29 festivals are celebrated all over India but many more are celebrated exclusively in towns, districts
and states. (source: Janardhan Bhat).
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