Buddha Smriti Udyan

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Timings : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs

Entry Fee : Park - INR 20, Karuna Stupa - INR 50, Meditation Centre - INR 500, Museum - INR 40

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Buddha Smriti Udyan, Patna Overview

Located on the Frazer Road near Patna Junction in Patna, Buddha Smriti Udyan is a large urban park which was constructed by the Patna Government to commemorate the 2554th anniversary of Lord Buddha. Inaugurated in 2010 by the 14th Dalai Lama himself, the highlight of the park is the magnanimous Patliputra Karuna Stupa situated in the centre of the park. Sprawling over 22 acres, there were two special saplings that were planted here at the time of its opening- one of it was brought from Bodh Gaya and the other from Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.

Known to be the brainchild of former Chief Minister of Bihar- Shri Nitish Kumar, the park is not only a perfect place to relax and rejuvenate but there is also a museum in the park complex which houses the pot containing Lord Buddha’s ashes. It also showcases Buddhist relics from Japan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka etc. Very often, there are musical shows and events organised inside the park. Besides, it stays especially crowded during morning and evening hours as people flock here for walks and meditation exercises.

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What to See at the Buddha Smriti Udyan

  1. Laser Show

    The Laser Show is one of the common favourite attractions at the park. With a vibrant display of water and fountains with little help from multimedia and technology, the park organizes a regular laser show that invites hordes of tourists to the spot. This show retells the story of Bihar from the time of Ramayana up until pot Independence.
  2. Meditation Centre

    The Meditation Centre was conceived and ideated on the lines of the monasteries and Mahaviharas of Nalanda. The exclusive and unique facility has around 60 cells where you can go and meditate. Each of these rooms provide the view of the Stupa which has relics of Sakyamuni Buddha. It also has a library which has books on Buddhism and also an Audio Visual Hall.
  3. Smriti Bagh (Park of Memories)

    Smriti Bagh, also known as the Park of Memories, is a wide open space which has sculptures from different countries placed into a scenic architectural manner. These sculptures are installed to represent the expansion of Buddhism across different countries in the world. The park has been designed to accommodate 5000 people.
  4. Museum at the Park

    The museum is the park is another important attraction in the Buddha Smriti Park. It houses the pot containing ashes of Lord Buddha. Other than that, it showcases the life and times of Buddha through artefacts, 3D models and other audio visual mediums.
  5. Patliputra Karuna Stupa

    The centre and highlight of the Buddha Smriti Park is the Stupa which enshrines the relics of Sakyamuni Buddha. These relics have been encased in a glass closure. The building is three storeys tall and is open to public visit.
  6. Bodhi Trees

    The park has samplings and full grown trees of holy Bodhi trees that have been sourced from Bodh Gaya in India and Mahameghavana Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka. 

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