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Sujatha temple was constructed by the Maurya dynasty and was lost under centuries of neglect. The archeological society of India unearthed the brick structure from under generations of earth. Legend is that it was the seat of her house, and was almost lost to the...More
Sujatha Temple is just two kilometres away from Bodhgaya, Bihar. During Lord Buddha's journey to get enlightenment, he had renounced all worldly pleasures including food. During this time, a tribal woman named Sujatha offered kheer to Buddha who was starving from long. It is believed...More
This is a nice place to visit for Buddhist pilgrims as it is the place where Sujata offers Siddhartha Gautama the rice milk while on the verge of starving to death from extreme ascetic practice, leading to the realization of the "middle way". The tacky...More
It is just a huge mount with no specific characteristic. Without knowing the event happened around Buddha's enlightenment, one may not be able to appreciate the significance of the site. Advise to study the history and the events happening around the Buddha's enlightenment to be...More
it located far off into a village but the problem is the group of beggars sitting outside on the stairs. i suggest not to give them any rupee or eatables otherwise they all will encircle you & you have to give money to all of...More
This is the place, which is slightly east of Bodhgaya in Bakhrour. The stupa is across the bank of Phalgu (Niranjana) river. The girl named Sujata offered Gautam Buddha with Milk & Rice (Kheer) as Buddha was meditating without any meal and became skeleton. So,...More
It is an inspiring story but not an inspiring site. And if you are on a pilgrimage to see all the sites, then go. But the temple itself is underwhelming. And the fake school at the entrance where children sit all day for group begging...More