Welcome to Vaishali

Vaishali is the site of the last Buddha’s sermon and birthplace of the last Tirthankar (Prophet) of the religion of Jainism, a small village 55 km north of Patna. Historians consider Vaishali the most ancient city-state in the world with a democratic system. After Prince Gautama (the future Buddha) left his family and his kingdom, he came here and underwent spiritual training. In the end, he abandoned the teachings of his guru and founded his path of salvation.

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Located in the interiors of Bihar, Vaishali is a small district which is also a revered Hindu, Buddhist and Jain worshipping site. It is the city where Lord Mahavir was born. Considered as the first republic of the world, Vaishali is believed to have been named after King Vishal, from the time of Mahabharat.It is also the city where Buddha delivered his last sermon. Surrounded by groves of mango and banana and extensive rice field, it is now a part of Trihut division of Bihar. The village is an important religious and historical attraction site and is flocked by tourists ye...

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Located in the interiors of Bihar, Vaishali is a small district which is also a revered Hindu, Buddhist and Jain worshipping site. It is the city where Lord Mahavir was born. Considered as the first republic of the world, Vaishali is believed to have

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