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Vishnupad Temple, Gaya

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Located on the banks along the Flagu River is Vishnupad Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Part of a large complex of other temples, this is the largest temple at a height of up to a 100 feet. At the centre of the temple is the 40cm long footprint of Lord Vishnu imprinted in solid rock surrounded by the silver plated basin. Visitors come here to pray and touch the imprint. It is also believed it was at this temple where Lord Buddha came to meditate for 6 years. Before you head to Gaya, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Gaya travel itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Gaya has to offer, including Vishnupad Temple.
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  • This is a Hindu temple A best place for worship Only hindu relegion are allowed , All god of Hindu religion are there .  more »
  • This is a must visit place in your life time if you are a Hindu.. The Vishnupad temple is a holy place where the family do pooja for the people who have died and helps them to rest their soul in peace...  more »
  • Vishnupad temple is located on the banks of Falgu river is famously known for the Pind Daan in hindus. Has lot of religious values. Luckily we could find a good Panda( pandit ji) and e could do pind d...  more »