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Vishnupad Temple, Gaya

Built in 1787, Vishnupad Temple is famed for containing the "footprint" of Visnhu. Non-Hindus cannot enter the actual temple, but the surrounding alleys provide plenty of things to see--walk along the river's edge to see devotees bathe and, sometimes, conduct funeral services. Put Vishnupad Temple at the forefront of your travel plans using our Gaya day trip planning site .
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  • I went to Vishnupad Temple. As the name suggests, this temple was built as a dedication to Lord Vishnu and features a 40 cm long footprint of Lord Vishnu that is enclosed by a basin made of silver pla...  more »
  • Vishnupad temple an ancient and situated in gaya and the prime deity is Lord Vishnu , we visited the temple and sought blessings of the God.  more »
  • In India Gaya to is there a Hindu temple. She along the river. Vishnu's footprint is enshrined, but have no knowledge of? Good to go take a walk.
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