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Tour Itinerary :-

Day 1: 

Pickup from Hotel and drive to River Falgu or Pind Daan Places of Gayaji for (Pind Daan /Shraddh /Asthi Visarjan ). It takes around 3-4 Hrs to perform complete Pind Daan rituals. All arrangements for Pind Daan Rituals will be made by us (Purohit + Pooja Items).

Have lunch en-route and have a fabulous city tour, visit Vishnupad Temple, Pret Shila, Aakhsaya Vat, Brahm Kund and Kankhal.
Later, drop to Gaya hotel for night stay .

Day 2: Rajgir and Nalanda  sighteeing


Rajgir, meaning the abode of Kings, has been mentioned fist in the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata as the capital of Magadh, ruled by the mighty King Jarasandha. Although the exact time of the origin of this city has not been established, it is estimated by scholars that it must be around 3,000 years old.
Rajgir has been mentioned in ancient Buddhist and Jain scriptures and also in the travelogues of Buddhist travellers Huen Tsang and Fa Hian who visited India during the Mauryan and Gupta times. The city is divided in two parts, the old fortified city which lies in the valley surrounded by seven hills (Chhatha, Ratna, Saila, Sona, Udaya, Vaibhara and Vipula) and the new city established by Ajatshatru, the son of Bimbisara and a contemporary of Lord Buddha.
Rajgir has been closely related to Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism and has played host to Lord Buddha and Mahavira, thus has many archeolgical sites related to Buddhism and Jainism.

By Air

Patna and Gaya are the nearest airports which are connected to the major cities of India.

By Train
Rajgir is connected to Patna, Kolkata and Delhi by train.

By Road
Rajgir is connected to Patna by road and one can reach there form Patna by using NH 31-82. There are regular buses from Patna to this town. Busses from Bodh Gaya operate twice a day (7am and 2pm) during peak season. Buses from Gaya leave every half hour during the day, even in off season. The bus station is about two kilometers east from the train station in Manipur (or Manpur). Shared rickshaws leave from various part of Gaya and also from Bodhgaya 


Nalanda is in the Bihar state of India and marks the site of the once famous ancient center of higher learning, also known as the Nalanda University.

Nalanda was a Buddhist university established in 450CE, and was the longest running university in Indian history. Among its many notable guests were the Buddha and Mahavira, and at its zenith accommodated over 10,000 students and over 2,000 faculty. However, it was destroyed by Turkish Muslim invaders in 1193, when the students and teachers were massacred and the massive university library was burnt down, and currently all that remains are extensive ruins that are spread over an area of 14 hectares.

By Air

Patna airport is the nearest Airport (100)Km. Nalanda Travels provides taxi services from Patna airport to Nalanda.

By Train
The nearest important station is Bihar Sharif (about 15 km) which is connected to Panta and several other important towns and cities of eastern India. Nalanda itself is a station.

By Car

Shared jeeps plying the route between Rajgir (15km) and  Bihar Sharif (35km) make a stop at the turn off for Nalanda. Rickshaws and other vehicles are available from here to the main gate, a distance of 2KM.

By Bus

Bus facilities are available from Patna, Gaya, Bihar Sharif and Rajgir. 

Day 3:  Checkout

After breakfast check out from hotel Gaya and proceed to drop at Gaya  Railway station .  

PACKAGE COST:- RS.5,499 /- Per Person (Minimum 3 Pax)  

*Also customized packages available 
*These are tentative rates and will be subjected to revision due to social distancing norms applied post covid pandemic.

*Due to the present pandemic situation, we will be updating soon. Please call for any clarifications.

  • Accommodation on the basis of triple sharing 
  • Pick up and Drop 
  • Breakfast 
  • All Sightseeing with AC vehicle
  • Pind Dan, Pujari, All puja samagri

  • 5% GST
  • Any personal expenses
  • Air / Train tickets 

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