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Kesariya Stupa

| Near Rampur Khajuria, East Champaran, Kesariya, India
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The largest in the world stupa

Buddhist stupa in Kesariya dates to the Gupta Dynasty between 200 AD and 750 AD and may have been... read more

Reviewed April 1, 2018
Vladimir M
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The world 's Largrst Stupa

The Kesariya Stupa in Bihar's East Champaran district is considered to be the largest Stupa in the... read more

Reviewed May 31, 2017
Seema1709
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Chandigarh, India
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| Near Rampur Khajuria, East Champaran, Kesariya, India
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

Buddhist stupa in Kesariya dates to the Gupta Dynasty between 200 AD and 750 AD and may have been associated with the 4th century ruler Raja Chakravarti. The stupa is the largest in the world, with a height of 104 ft, and attracts lots of...More

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Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

The Kesariya Stupa in Bihar's East Champaran district is considered to be the largest Stupa in the world. Buddha is supposed to have spent some time here. We visited it while we were on a road trip from Lucknow to Patna, while passing Kesariya. It...More

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Reviewed 18 March 2017

Still less popular but very prominent being the world's largest Buddhist stupa. The stupa discovered in 1958 but excavated in 1998 and you can see a lot of Buddha's statue in Earth Touching Mudra. This place believed to be where Lord Buddha spent his last...More

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Reviewed 8 January 2017

On the way to Gaya from Kushinaga we visited Kesaria Stupa.It was beside the road and there was a tea shop at the entrance.As like other tea shop , Indian sweet tea is delicious of the ginger flavor.There is also a toilet at the entrance.The...More

1  Thank Kyawmyint58
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Reviewed 24 March 2015 via mobile

Entry free, but foreigners can not take a step without staff and all want money. Tea at gate also have double price for foreigners and very bad. You can good see the stupa from road. Part of stupa was reconstructed, there is Buddha's statues without...More

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Reviewed 2 June 2014

I had a chance visit to Kesariya Stupa. Amazing to know that it is the largest stupa of the world. It is in fact on the route from Vaishali in Bihar to Kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh where Buddha spent his last days. On the way,...More

Thank Rak990
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