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Buddhist Sites in India

Amravati:the remains of the Buddhist influence in the Satavahana period include majestic carvings, chaityas, viharas, murals and panels
Aurangabad: The famous Ajanta and Ellora caves are located near the city
Barabar Hills: Where the Buddhist Emperor Asoka built caves for the Ajivakas
Bhimbetka caves: is riddled with caves, most of them containing paintings. More than 600 small caves
Bodh Gaya: Where Prince Siddhartha attained Enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree
Champanagar: Scene of several important discourses by the Buddha
Don: Where the Brahmin Dona built his stupa
Gaya: Where the Buddha preached his famous Fire Sermon
Ghosrawan: Where there is a huge statue of the Buddha
Gurpa: The mountain where Mahakassapa waits for Maitreya
Hajipur: Where Ananda's ashes were enshrined
Indasala Cave: Where Sakka came to ask the Buddha his eight questions
Jethian: Where the Buddha and King Bimbasara first met
Kapilavatthu: The town where Prince Siddhartha grew up
Kesariya: Where the Buddha taught the famous Kalama Sutta
Kosambi: Scene of important events in the Buddha's career
Kurkihar: The site of an ancient Buddhist monastery
Kusinara: Where the Buddha attained Parinivana
Lauriya Nandangar: Where Emperor Asoka raised a great pillar
Lumbini: The garden where Prince Siddhartha was born
Mathura: Visited by the Buddha and great centre of Buddhist art
Nagarjuna Conda: the excavated ruins of a Buddhist settlement date back to the second and third century BC.
Nalanda: Visited by the Buddha & site of the great Buddhist university
Patna: Visited by the Buddha and scene of the Third Buddhist Council
Prabhosa: The hill where the Buddha spent his sixth rains retreat
Pragbodhi: The mountain where Prince Siddhartha practised austerities
Rajgir: The scene of many important events in the Buddha's career
Sankassya: Where legend says Buddha descended from Tusita Heaven
Sarnath: The deer park where Buddha preached his first two discourses
Savatthi: The city where the Buddha spent his last twenty years
Vaishali: Scene of many important events in the Buddha's career
Vikramasila: The great university of Tantric Buddhism

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Delhi, Agra, Varanasi & Sarnath, Sankasia, Bodhgaya, Nalanda, Rajgir, Kushinagar, Lumbini, Ajanta and Ellora, Sanchi, Sravasti
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