Patna Industrial Visit

Industrial visit to the 21st fastest growing city in the world, and the fifth fastest growing city in India, i.e. Patna will be interesting. In 2009, the World Bank stated Patna as the second best city in India to start up a business. The major industrial set in and aroud patna includes Bata India Ltd., Shree Baidhnath, United Spirits Limited, Patna dairy project etc.

If your idea of a perfect holiday is a mix of history and culture, then Patna, the capital of the state of Bihar, is the place for you. It is an ancient place that traces its roots to over three millennia. And in each chapter of its history, it has been crowned by a new name — Kusumpur, Pushpapur, Pataliputra and Azeemabad. Patna is an excellent starting point for visiting the Buddhist and Jain pilgrim centres of Vaishali, Rajgir, Nalanda, Bodhgaya and Pawapuri, not only because of its ample transport connections, but because the history of Patna, evidently one of the oldest cities in the world, is essentially the history of ancient India.

Sights to See

Gol Ghar 
One of Patna’s wonders, Gol Ghar is a huge and impressive beehive-shaped structure constructed in July 1786 by Captain John Garstin following a terrible famine in 1770  to serve as a state granary. A flight of steps winds round this 29 m high building to the top from where one gets a panoramic view of the river Ganga and Patna city.

Patna Museum 
Patna Museum, known locally as Jadu Ghar, is a repository of metal and stone sculptures of the Maurya and Gupta Periods, terracotta figurines and archaeological finds from different sites in Bihar. A couple of hours’ stay here will equip you with the historical knowledge you will need for when you go exploring the capital of Bihar and rest of the state. Among its prized exhibits are ashes of the Buddha, image of Didarganj Yakshi (3rd century BC), and a 16 m long fossilized tree. 

A sacred Sikhism destination, Harmandirji has always been the focal point of devotion and spiritual yearnings for Sikhs. Located in the Chowk area of Old Patna, this shrine consecrates the birthplace of the 10th religious preceptor of the Sikh faith, Guru Gobind Singh. Originally built by famous Punjab ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh, this dome-shaped structure contains Sikh scriptures and the personal belongings of the Guru. 

Khuda Baksh Oriental Library
One of the oldest libraries in India, Khuda Baksh Oriental Library is located near the bank of river Ganga in Patna. Set up in 1891, the library has a distinguished collection of rare Arabic and Persian manuscripts, Rajput and Mughal paintings and oddities like an inch wide Quran. It also contains the only books rescued from the plunder of the University of Cordoba in Spain.

Located 5 km from Patna Railway Station on the Kankarbagh Road, Kumhrar, the archaeological site of the ancient city of Pataliputra, is  a magnet for travellers. Here the remains of some of the gigantic timbers of the wall of Mauryan Patliputra have been excavated. An important find is the 80-pillared huge hall dating back to the Mauryan period.

Martyrs Memorial
Life-size statues in front of the old secretariat compound have been put up in memory of seven brave young men who faced bullets for the freedom of the country and sacrificed their lives in August 1942 in the historic struggle for India’s independence during “Quit India” movement.





  • Bata India Ltd
  • United Beverages Ltd.
  • Patna C-operative Dairy
  • Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Pvt. Ltd

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Jalan Museum
Constructed at the site of Sher Shah’s fort, it houses a rich private collection of jade, Chinese paintings and silver filigree work of the Mughal period. The museum can be visited only with prior permission, since it is a private collection.

Pathar Ki Masjid
Variously known as Saif Khan’s mosque, Chimni Ghat mosque or Sangi Masjid, this beautiful mosque is situated on the bank of river Ganga. The mosque was built by Parvez Shah, son of the fourth Mughal emperor Jahangir, when the former was the governor of Bihar.

Agam Kuan
One of the famous landmarks of Patna, Agam Kuan (unfathomable well) is an important early historic archaeological remains in Patna dating back to Ashokan period. This quaint monument is located adjacent o to the Gulzarbagh Railway Station. 

Padri-Ki-Haveli (Mansion of the priest)
Also known as St Mary”s Church, it is the oldest church in Bihar. 

Other Places of Interest
Biological Park, Bihar Institute of Handicrafts and Designs, Birla Mandir, Nawab Shahid-Ka-Maqbara and Pachim Darwaza are other places of interest in Patna.


Maner (29 km)Maner is the place to soak up the medieval atmosphere. Built in the 13th century, the tomb of famous Sufi saint Hazrat Makhdoom Yahya Maneri is one of the holiest Muslim pilgrimages in India.

The tomb, along with a few others including that of Shah Daulat or Makhdum Daulat, lies in a mosque to the east of a large tank, with masonry walls and ghats, and pillared porticos. The tank is connected with the old bed of the Son River by a 400 feet tunnel. The tomb is situated in an enclosure half filled with graves and ancient tress, on the north and west of which are three domed mosque and some quaint little cloisters build by Ibrahim Khan. This pilgrimage sitewas visited by Sikandar Lodi and Babar.

How would you like to travel?

The city’s airport is connected by flights from major cities and places of India.
Patna is a major railway junction connecting several important cities in India.
Patna is connected by good motorable roads to all places in India.
Patna is:
  • 1015 km from Delhi
  • 1802 km from Mumbai
  • 535 km from Lucknow
  • 646 km from Kolkata
  • 555 km from Kanpur
  • 289 km from Ranchi

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