Pawapuri Overview
Since it is the place where Lord Mahavira took his last breath, Pawapuri is considered as one of the most significant pilgrimage centres in India among Jain followers. He was cremated at the current Jal Mandir site, which is a world-famous white marble temple set inside a wide pond. Pawapuri is a beautiful place to visit in Bihar, not just because it is considered as a holy place for Jains. There is a lot around Pawapuri that makes it a must-visit destination, ranging from the world's oldest university to age-old complexes and ancient temples to sacred ponds.

Pawapuri is best visited from October to the end of April, when the weather is cool and nice, allowing visitors to stroll around and explore the town's beauty in comfort. It is, however, a year-round destination for history buffs who come to learn about the region's past and hear its legends and fables. Pawapuri is also known as the Sinless Town, since no one dares to sin on Lord Mahavira's pristine land. So, what are you waiting for? Visit all these historical marvels and make your vacation wonderful!

Location: Nalanda district in the Bihar state of Eastern India

Timings:  6:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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