Patna is the capital of Bihar and the second-largest metropolis in eastern India.
Patna’s ancient name was ‘Pataliputra’ and was the capital of the Maurya and Gupta empires. Located on the site of Patna today, the ancient city of Patliputra, with a glorious period of history spanning a thousand years (500 BC-400 AD), the first great kingdoms of India arose and fell.
Streamed by the three sacred rivers Ganga, Sone, and Poonpun, Patna’s journey through time can be an object of envy anywhere and brood over her life chronicle. The tweeting city in a glorious past and sitting on the liveliness of a busy and growing metropolis. Legend has it that a consecrated Ganga reverently observed a holy Buddha who blessed this place to be a kingdom of great kings and their empires. Belonging to the blue family of cities with a royal heritage is the land where the greatest emperors of India went and where the greatest saints chose to preach. Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru was born here. For anyone with a taste for history and religion, this place flies high.
Today, it has become one of the fastest-growing cities in India. As the real estate market grows at a rapid pace, shopping malls, theaters, new businesses, restaurants, carry all the ingredients for lively city life and a tourist paradise.
The capital of Bihar is famous for its delicious rice and vibrates with energy. Patna is a center of the Kingdom of Magadha and has historical sites, good food, and a day trip to entertain everyone who visits.
Patna is located along the banks of the Ganges and is surrounded by important religious centers for Buddhists, Sikhs, and Jains. This city was home to two major religions, Buddhism and Jainism, and a myriad of dynasties from ancient times to modern times.
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