Maniyar Math Overview
Located near the Swarna Bhandar, the Maniyar Math is just a deep well with a small Jain temple built on it. This monastery is situated near the Warm Water Spring in Rajgir. In Jain history, it was known as the Nirman Koop of the Queen Chalanna and Sheel Bhadra. It is also considered to be a Yagna place during the Buddhist era.

Maniyar Math is made up of cylindrical bricks and is an amazing specimen of the Gupta period. It is one of the well-known places to visit in Rajgir and was built in remembrance of Naga Salibadra, who is supposed to have buried his treasure in the well. Many statues were found during the excavations conducted in 1861-62. You can also see numerous high stucco images of Lord Shiva and Ganesha belonging to the Gupta period and also many minor structures built for religious and ritual purposes.

Location: Rajgir, Bihar, India

Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM
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