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India India image, video clip, background information of Buddhism places in India and Nepal


9/6/59
Bodhgaya : Outside Mahabodhi Temple

Niranjana River or Nairanjana River is about 250 m. east of Mahabodhi Mahavihara Temple. This river is called Falgu River or Phalgu River, also.

Dried Niranjana River or Nairanjana River
or Falgu River or Phalgu River
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

Falgu River is a seasonal river, high level of water could be seen some days in rainy season after heavy rain.

Dried Niranjana River or Nairanjana River
or Falgu River or Phalgu River
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

Dried Niranjana River or Nairanjana River
or Falgu River or Phalgu River
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

Some water in puddle in
Niranjana River or Nairanjana River
or Falgu River or Phalgu River
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

Bridge over Niranjana River
or Nairanjana River or Falgu River
or Phalgu River, Bodhgaya
Gaya, Bihar, India

Dungeswari Hills & Falgu River
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

At this point, you can see Dungeswari Hills, 12 km. north-east far away from Bodhgaya, clearly.

Dungeswari Hills - Mahakala Cave
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

The important place of Dungeswari Hills is Mahakala Cave, the cave that Prince Siddhartha Gautama had piously meditated before attaining the supreme enlightenment at Bodhgaya.

Buddha Kusa Grass Temple
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

Kusa Grass Temple : This place is very ancient and historical. When Prince Siddhartha came from Sujata, he took shelter on this place for a while. An old poor Brahman presented him 8 bundles of kusa. (a type of sacred grass) He took up the grass and went to Bodhgaya. He spread the bundle of grass under the Bodhi Tree as a mat. Then he took a seat there facing east until enlightenment was attained.

Sujatagarh
Brick stupa to commemorate the residence of Sujata
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India

Sujatagarh : This brick stupa was constructed to commemorate the residence of Sujata, the maiden who offered milk rice to Prince Siddhartha Gautama.

It has been established through excavations which yielded and inscription of 8th - 9th century A.D. reading as "Devapala Rajasya Sujata Griha".

Excavations conducted by Archaeological Survey of India in 1973 - 1974 and again in 2001 - 2006 have exposed the double terraced circular stupa with Ayakas in cardinal directions.

It was constructed in three phases from Gupta to Pala period. There was a wooden railing around the pradakshina path at the ground level. The entire structure was originally plastered with lime.

Some of the antiquities unearthed during excavations are displayed in Bodhgaya Museum maintained by Archaeological Survey of India.

The Stupa commemorate to Sujata Honey Rice
Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar, India



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