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even though i'm not a Buddhist, spiritual and holy environment literally steal your heart, feeling... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
DavideC337
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This place is very good place I think this is local culture on this type of and praying to the tree.

Reviewed 12 April 2018
Rohit B
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Bodh Gaya, Gaya, India
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

even though i'm not a Buddhist, spiritual and holy environment literally steal your heart, feeling very close to everyone around you. JUst a tip: don't think local buddhist are all welcoming and just kind to you. many of them will use their "fake" spirituality to...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile

This place is very good place I think this is local culture on this type of and praying to the tree.

1  Thank Rohit B
Reviewed 30 March 2018

The tree situated within the Mahabodhi Temple complex in Gaya.It is one of the best tourist place in Gaya. It is believed that Lord Buddha had meditated last week under the tree. It is also famous as a tree where Burmese merchants Tapassu and Bhallika...More

Thank meena1981
Reviewed 29 December 2017

This tree is located with in the Mahabodhi Temple complex, a very sacred sight and often surrounded by Lamas and pilgrims offering their prayers.

1  Thank afreenfatma
Reviewed 7 November 2017

The tree would spread to an area of almost 4000 sq ft. The tree is so huge that its aerial roots each of them look like a single tree itself. It is here that we give pindam for our ancestors. Special pindams for mother is...More

1  Thank KamalaSeshadri
Reviewed 22 January 2017 via mobile

Rajayatna Tree is one of the sightseeing attractions in the midst of Bodhi Temple complex. Like other revered sites in the complex, the sacred tree is associated with Lord Buddha. The tree is demarcated with a stone plaque. As per beliefs, Buddha spent his seventh...More

1  Thank Bhaiyyaji
Reviewed 13 March 2016

here also you can offer the pinda daan pujas for the departed souls. Our gaya pundit took us here and we prayed for the departed souls of my parents and relatives and then offered our pujas at the base of the very big tree.

Thank kanchan4
Reviewed 4 March 2016

Planted right behind the Bodh Gaya temple, the tree is an offshoot of the original Bodivriksh that was planted by a queen from Ashoka's dynasty. It spreads wide and makes a diving presence

1  Thank Sunada
Reviewed 2 December 2015

Bhagwan budda got knowledge under this same tree. Many pilgrim come across the word to visit this tree. Specially those who belibe in the Buddhism.

Thank Shreekant P
Reviewed 23 November 2015 via mobile

More beautiful than the Bodhi Tree, and much more massive, monks and seekers often meditate in the shade of this tree. It's in a good spot, only 20m from the mahabodhi temple and tree, but out of the flow of circumnambulating pilgrims. Possibly my favourite...More

Thank JamesTheGiant
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