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Vishnupad Temple, Gaya

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
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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  • Everyone out there is after your money. They will never be happy with what you give. They will even curse you for giving less. Anything small thing that they offer avoid taking as it will be charged. ...  read more »
  • All the formalities went on well. stayed for two days. Witnessed the the diety at late evening of pooja. Only the few pandas were forcing for money which is not advisable especially at temple premises...  read more »
  • Comparatively clean. Suggest you hire a pandit in advance at fixed rate, who will coordinate and do the needful. If you are Tamil brahmin, suggest you talk to Thambuswamy sastrigal. He is a learned sc...  read more »
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