Archaeological Museum at Nalanda Museum

Archaeological Museum at Nalanda-Bihar About: The museum established in 1917 houses the antiquities mainly those excavated from Nalanda, the earliest university cum monastery complex and from Rajgir.   Out of 13463 antiquities, 349 are on display in the four galleries of the museum. The antiquities from Nalanda are datable from 5th to 12th century AD […]

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Gaya Museum-Bihar

Gaya Museum-Bihar About: Bodh Gaya Museum is located near the Mahabodhi temple. It houses antiquities excavated in and around Bodh Gaya. Museum has a large collection of Buddhist and Hindu relics, terracotta seals, scriptures and railings/pillars from the Sunga period (1 BC to 1 AD). Bodh Gaya Museum houses many artifacts and excavated articles which […]

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Maharaja Lakshmishwar Singh Museum

Maharaja Lakshmishwar Singh Museum-Bihar About: Maharaja Lakshmeshwar Singh of Darbhanga September 25, 1858 to December 17, 1898.was the King of Darbhanga in State of Bihar, India. He was best known as one of the most munificent of living philanthropists of his time. His philanthropic works, administrative abilities and management of his estate Raj Darbhanga were […]

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Sarnath Museum-Bihar

Sarnath Museum-Bihar About: Peaceful Sarnath where Buddha delivered his first sermon more than 2500 years ago has a site museum whose prize exhibit is the enormous lion capital. Now the emblem of independent India, this capital once surmounted an Ashokan pillar erected to mark the spot where the Buddha preached. Carved in pale yellowish-grey sandstone […]

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Sikh Regimental Centre

Sikh Regimental Centre-Jharkhand About: The Sikh Regiment is a regiment of the Indian Army. It is currently the highest decorated regiment in the Indian Army, and was at one stage the highest decorated regiment in the British Empire.   The Sikh Regimental Centre is presently located in Ramgarh Cantonment, 30 km from the Ranchi, which […]

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Languages in Bihar

Language ISO 639-3 Scripts No. of Speakers Geographical Distribution Angika anp Anga Lipi, Devanagari 30,000,000 Eastern Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Nepal Bajjika   Devanagari 11,738,000 North-Central Bihar Eastern Terai Bhojpuri bho Kaithi, Devanagari 23,384,562 Western Bihar, Eastern Uttar Pradesh and Central Terai Fiji Hindi[7] hif Roman and Devanagari 460,000 Fiji Islands Kudmali kyw N.A. 37,000 Bihar West Bengal Orissa Assam. Magahi mag Kaithi, Devanagari 11,362,000 Southern Bihar Maithili mai Maithili, Devanagari 13,500,000 Northern Bihar Delhi Eastern Terai and .Maldives. Majhi mjz N.A […]

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