Makhdum Kund is one of the locations in Rajgir which is popular among the Muslim devotees for religious and spiritual purposes. It is a Muslim shrine and also a hot spring near the Vipula Hills. The Hot Springs are named after the Muslim Saint Makhdum Saheb. According to local legends he spent twelve years in the jungles of Rajgir near this region during the 13th century. The hottest spring has a temperature of over 450 degrees Celcius. There are separate areas for men and women to bathe, where the temperature is fitting.
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