Bodh Gaya is located in northeastern India. It is a southwestern Bihar state in India and is also west of the Phalgu River.
This is a picture of Mahabodhi Temple.
This is a picture of monks praying in Bodh Gaya.
This a picture of the Bodhi Tree.
Bodh Gaya is an international pilgrimage destination. Buddhist temples and monasteries were built by different parts of Southeastern Asia. The buildings show architectural style of their countries. For example, there is a 200 year old statue of the Buddha which was brought from China and a pagoda-shaped Nippon Temple from Japan. There is also a pagoda-shaped Temple from Myanmar and sloping, curved, tiled roof from Thai.
From Tibet, there are two Buddhist temples.
The Great Buddha Statue
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