Vaishali Industrial Visit

Vaishali going students for industrial tour can visit NIPER Hajipur, one of the acclaimed institution in pharmaceutical research or Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology under the department of chemicals and petrochemicals, ministry of chemicals and fertilizers, Government of India, other industrial attraction in hajipur includes Britannia Industries Ltd, you can also have your industrial visit in Muzaffarpur or Patna. For more information see the respective section.

Vaishali attracts visitors who come to this district town in Bihar for a close encounter with history and spirituality. One of the greatest cities of the 5th century BC, Vaishali is credited with being the world’s first republic to have a duly elected assembly of representatives and efficient administration. The place finds mention in the great epic Ramayana. Buddha spent the last rainy season of life near the city of Vaishali and Lord Mahavir, the founder of Jainism, was born here. The second Buddhist Council was held in this town 100 years after Buddha’s death.

Sights to See

Ashokan Pillar 
One of the major highlights of a trip to Vaishali is the Pillar at Kolhua, erected by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century BC. This 18.3 m high pillar is made of a highly polished single piece of red sandstone, surmounted by bell shaped capital. A life-size figure of a lion is placed on top of the pillar. There is a small tank here known as Ramkund.

Bawan Pokhar Temple 
One of the most visited sites in Vaishali is an old temple located on the northern bank of a tank known as Bawan Pokhar. Built during the Pala period, the temple enshrines beautiful images of several Hindu gods.

Buddha Stupa-I
This stupa was built with the mortal remains of the Buddha enshrined in it. A stupa is an architectural term for a mound containing a relic of the Buddha and later on of leading Buddhist saints. The exterior of this stupa which is now in a dilapidated condition has a plain surface. One eighth of the sacred ashes of the Buddha were enshrined here in a stone casket. 
Buddha Stupa-II 
Excavation at this site in 1958 led to the discovery of another casket containing the ashes of the Buddha.

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Raja Vishal ka Garh 
A site of historical importance, this huge mound has been identified with ancient Parliament house. It has a circumference of about one km. This site draws its name from an oral tradition, according to which the place was ruled by one Raja Vishal of Ikshvaku dynasty. 

Shanti Stupa 
Located on the south bank of the Abhishek Pushkarini (Coronation Tank) is the Vishwa Shanti Stupa (World Peace Pagoda) built by the Nipponzan Myohoji sect of Japan. 

A sacred site for the Jains, Kundalpur is the birth place of 24th Jain Tirthankar, Lord Mahavir. 

Coronation Tank 
Coronation Tank or Abhishekh Pushkarni, Its water were believed to be sacred in the old days and all of Vaishali’s elected representatives were anointed here before their swearing in. 

Other Places of Interest 
Chaumukhi Mahadeva, Harikatora Temple, Lotus Tank and Miranji-Ki-Dargah and Jain Temple are other attractions of Vaishali.


A city of antiquity, Patna is littered with the ancient remnants of the past.

Gol Ghar, museum, Harmandirji and Khuda Baksh Oriental Library are some of the highlights of a tour to this present capital of Bihar.

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport is at Patna that is connected by flights from major cities of India
The nearest railway station is Hajipur which is connected to major places and cities in India
Vaishali is well connected by road to Patna, Muzzaffarpur and Hajipur
Vaishali is:

  • 56 km from Patna
  • 36 km from Muzzaffarpur
  • 35 km from Hajipur