Bihar Tour Packages
“That soil, which has crisp and peace too”: Welcome to the birthplace of Jainism and Buddhism:-
Famously known as, “Vihar”, Bihar has a history that is unmatched anywhere in the world. The roads are not just filled with the footsteps of the biggest temples in the Asian continent, but also has the essence of the Indian gods and goddesses. If you are a seeker of history and heritage, then Bihar is the right place for you.
Getting there for Bihar Tour Packages:-
Bihar is very well connected with all the cities around the country. Travelling in air, gives you comfort and class experience. So, come and join us for a hustle-free start to your weekend getaway.
Winter in Bihar, is the most pleasant season to plan a trip. As it doesn’t experience severe winters, and a bright sun keeps the day warm and a lot of festivals and fairs are arranged in this season.
Best Time to enjoy Bihar Tour Packages:-
The climate of the state is tropical with hot summers and cold winters. Monsoon brings medium to high rainfall and floods several areas in north Bihar. Humidity levels remain high in north and central Bihar throughout the summer and monsoon season, making them quite uncomfortable. The best time to visit the state is from October to March.
Bihar Sightseeing places:-
1. Takht Harmandir Saheb
2. Jalan Museum
3. Sher Shah’s mosque
4. Hajjam’s mosque
8. Rohtasgarh, and many other places.
Fairs & Festivals in Bihar Tour Packages
1. Chhath puja
Though Bihar celebrates almost all the north India festivals, it has a festival that is unique to the state. Chhath is the most important festival of the state and is celebrated six days after Diwali, when people from all castes can stand together in the river and worship the sun god. The rituals related to Chhath are very stringent and there are several folktales, songs, and special sweets that make this festival a unique experience.
Another unique ritual confined to Bihar is the Pind-daan performed by the Gayawals in Gaya. It is considered to be an obligation of all devout Hindus to visit this place after the death of their parents, a mandatory rite believed to bring salvation to the departed souls. Though the pind-daan can be performed almost any time of the year, people prefer to do it during Pitrapaksha, which is the period just before Navratri and generally falls in September.
3. Marriage in Mango orchard
In the summer month of June, the people of Mithila in the village of Saurath organize a unique marriage mart in a mango orchard. During this fair, parents whose children are of marriageable age come here and the Mithila Brahmins settle a record number of marriages during this time.
4. Cattle fair
Sonepur is the venue of a grand cattle fair held in the month of November. The fair is ranked as the world’s largest and it is not simply confined to animal trade but numerous shows and performances are also a part of the fair. Visitors also pay obeisance at the nearby temple of Hariharnath, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
In the motherland of diverse cultures, bihar holds the fresh aura of religion and culture.