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Welcome to Patna



Patna, the capital city of Bihar, is a melting pot of culture, history, and religion. The city boasts of a rich heritage, with ancient temples and monuments that attract tourists from all over the world. The Mahavir Mandir, Patna Museum, and Gandhi Maidan are some of the popular tourist attractions. The city is also famous for its delicious street food, including the famous litti-chokha,

Sattu paratha, and chaat. Patna is a must-visit destination for those interested in exploring the cultural diversity of India.

Frequently Asked Questions


The best time to visit Patna is during the winter months, from November to February, when the weather is pleasant and suitable for outdoor activities.


Patna offers a range of delectable local cuisines. Some must-try dishes include litti chokha, sattu paratha, chhena toast, khaja, and malpua.

A The name "Patna" has an interesting origin. It is derived from the ancient city of Pataliputra, which was a significant political and cultural center during ancient times. Pataliputra was the capital of the Magadha Empire and later the Mauryan Empire. Over time, the name evolved into Patna, the present-day name of the city.

Patna boasts several architectural marvels, and one notable example is the Patna Sahib Gurudwara. It is a sacred Sikh shrine built to commemorate the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru. The Gurudwara's stunning architecture and intricate detailing make it a must-visit for spiritual and architectural enthusiasts.


Yes, Patna celebrates several unique festivals. One such festival is the Sonepur Mela, also known as the Sonepur Cattle Fair. It is held in the nearby town of Sonepur and is one of the largest cattle fairs in Asia. The festival attracts traders, farmers, and animal enthusiasts who come to buy and sell a wide variety of animals, including elephants, horses, cattle, and birds.

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