Vaishali surrounded by the hills of Nepal on the West and river Gandak on the West is regarded as one of the holiest places as per Buddhist believes. Some of the Tourist Attractions in Vaishali are the following:
It lies at a distance of 3 kilometers from the main town and was constructed by the Lichchavis for Sakhamuni. A large tank, open courtyard and verandah are all that is left of this once famous monastery. In the north of this very site is the Ashokan pillar to commemorate the place where Buddha delivered his last sermon.
Amvara or Amrapali's mango grove:
Amrapali the famous courtesan gifted here mango orchard Amvara to the Buddhist Sangha after she heard Buddha delivered his sermon.
The ruins of Kings Vishala's fort from whom the town gained its name, is also a major Tourist Attractions in Vaishali. Abhisekh Puskarini is the sacred coronation tank. The Japanese temple built by Nipponzan Myohoji sect of Japan is another interesting place in Vaishali.
The Site Museum in the north of Vaishali has a rich collection of artifacts dating back to the 3rd Century B.C.
By Road :-
Patna, 56 kms,
Muzaffarpur, 36 kms,
Hajipur, 35 kms
Nearest Railhead :-
Hajipur, 35 kms, on the North Eastern Railway
Nearest Airport :-
Patna, 56 kms
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