Bodh Gaya – Top Tourist Attractions in Bodh Gaya | Buddhist Pilgrimage

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Bodhgaya is a famous Buddhist pilgrimage site. Moreover, it is a very popular city among Buddhists and Buddha lovers.

 

Not to mention, Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautama Buddha attained unsurpassed, supreme Enlightenment. Surprisingly, it is a place which should be visited or seen by a person of devotion and which would cause awareness and apprehension of the nature of impermanence”.

 

In addition, it is mainly for its Mahabodhi temple complex and Bodhi tree. Surprisingly, Buddhist from all over the world come to visit this temple and gain more knowledge.

Also, many tourists from over all the country as well as world come to visit this place in particular.

 

Furthermore, most temples open from 6AM to sunset and close between noon and 2PM.

 

Top Tourist Attractions to See in Bodh Gaya

  • Bodhi Tree
  • Mahabodhi Stupa
  • Thai Monastery
  • 80-foot Buddha Statue
  • Royal Bhutanese Monastery
  • Japanese temple (Indosan Nippon)
  • Archaelogical Museum
  • Tergar Monastery
  • Phowa Center
  • Gendhen Phelgyeling Monastery
  • Karma Dhargye Chokhorling Monastery
  • Root Institute
  • Bodhgaya Multimedia Museum
  • Barabar caves
  • Taiwanese Temple

 

To summarise, I will only say that Bodh Gaya is a must visit city whether you a Buddha lover or not. Moreover, it will mesmerise you and urge you to go back again.

“I am that person who dropped her B.Tech (really!) and chose to travel, specifically travel blogging. I’m Manmeet Kaur, a crazy, fun loving and adventurous person from Delhi. I knew I had an interest in writing since I was in school. I didn’t want to be an engineer, doctor or I would say a teacher. My plans were different. I wanted to travel which I guess no one,  specially girl had chosen to do in my family for a living. And like other human beings on this planet I have big dreams too. But my ultimate dream is to travel the world and share my experiences through writing and blogging.” 🙂

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