Goutam sthan - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Goutam sthan
This is the Ashram of the Gauam rishi. A place with historical and mythological importance. According to Indian mythology, wife of Gautam rishi was cursed by her husband and transformed into a stone.
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Digha–Sonpur Rail-Road Bridge
46.65km from Goutam sthan
The Digha–Sonpur rail road bridge is a bridge across river Ganga, connecting Digha Ghat in Patna and Pahleja Ghat in Sonpur, Saran district in the Indian state of Bihar. The rail-cum-road bridge provides easy roadway and railway link between northern and southern parts of Bihar. It is a steel truss bridge. Regular scheduled passenger rail service was inaugurated on this route on 3 February 2016.
Digha - Sonpur Bridge
47.48km from Goutam sthan
The Digha–Sonpur rail–road bridge is a bridge across river Ganga, connecting Digha Ghat in Patna and Pahleja Ghat in Sonpur, Saran district in the Indian state of Bihar. The rail-cum-road bridge provides easy roadway and railway link between northern and southern parts of Bihar. It is a steel truss bridge.
Sanjay Gandhi Biological Park
49.04km from Goutam sthan
Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan or the Patna Zoo is a noteworthy city feature. Included among the biggest zoos the nation, Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan was established in 1972. The zone that this zoo covers is around 153 sections of land. Keeping tuned in to the rules of the National Zoo Policy 1998, the zoo goes for protection and hostage reproducing of pious species especially the uncommon and endemic types of the Gangetic Plains locale for the safeguarding of bio-assorted veriety.
Vaishali , ashoka pillar
49.65km from Goutam sthan
Ashok Pillar is the most popular sightseeing destination of Vaishali situated near a Buddhist monastery and a coronation tank, named Ramkund. It is also a Lion Pillar like the other Ashoka Pillars but the difference between this Ashoka Pillar and other Asoka pillars is that, this one has only one lion capital. This pillar was built by Emperor Ashoka at Kolhua out of a polished single piece of red sandstone, cut into a bell shaped capital of a height of 18.3 m.
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