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The Capital City of Bihar: Patna

The capital city of Bihar, Patna, is known for its closeness to the origin of civilization. In ancient times, the city was known as Patliputra, which finds a great mention in the Hindu mythology’s epic Mahabharat. It is also believed that the city was established by the Haryanka dynasty king Ajatshatru. It has also served as the capital city of major empires like Haryana, Maurya, Nanda, Shunga, Gupta, and Pal.

Patna was also an epicenter of learning for many great scholars like Aryabhat, Vatsyayan, and Chanakya. Apart from these, noted scholar Kautilya also worked on ‘Arthashastra’ from the same city. Patna, once upon a time was the fountainhead of the spring of knowledge and wisdom for the entire world.


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The city is located on the banks of four rivers – Ganga, Sone, Gandak, and Poonpun – and also a convergence point of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism as the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Govind Singh, was born here. Patna also made a great contribution to India’s freedom struggle. People from Patna took part very actively in the Indian independence movement. Champaran movement against the Indigo plantation and the Quit India Movement were some of the major movements that started from the city of Patna and troubled the British Empire to a great extent.

The city offers some great places for tourists to visit. The birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh is one of the major attractions for tourists and a pilgrimage for Sikhs. Takht Sri Patna Sahib, the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, is also one of the Five Takhts of Sikhism.

The under-construction Patna museum should also not be missed. The state government announced the construction of a state-of-the-art museum in Patna. The estimated cost for the museum is Rs 530 crore and it is going to be built over 13.9 acres of land.

The museum has started already started taking visitors and you can visit it.

If you are an art and food lover then you are in the right city. You can visit theaters in Patna as theaters are quite centrally located. Kalidas Rangalaya hosts a dance festival called Patliputra Natya Mahotsav.

When it comes to food, Patna is home to some famous Bihari dishes like sattu paratha, sattu ka sharbat. Litti chokha, fish curry, and dal pitha.

Patna is about 250 km from Varanasi and is well-connected with other cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore. Traveling from Varanasi to Patna is easy as there is good road connectivity. Varanasi to Patna Cab service is available with Chiku Cab at affordable rates. You can travel by a variety of cars (AC, non-AC, Sedan, SUV) on affordable Varanasi to Patna Taxi Fares.

You can also travel to Patna by flight and upon your landing at Patna Airport, you can book Patna Airport cab services for a city tour. Patna Airport taxi service is also available with Chiku Cab.

Places to Visit

Gandhi Sangrahalaya: Situated near Gandhi Maidan of Patna, Gandhi Sangrahalaya shows Mahatma Gandhi’s association with Bihar with pictures and other records. In 1947, just after Independence, Mahatma Gandhi had sat at the very same place with the then-education minister Dr. Syed Mahmud.

Sanjay Gandhi Botanical Garden: The botanical garden is heaven for birders and photography enthusiasts as it is home to numerous birds and animals. The garden showcases flora and fauna which has been brought in from different parts of the country and the world.

Varanasi to Patna Taxi Fare

Cab Type One Way Round Trip
Base Fare Extra Per KM Base Fare Extra Per KM
Sedan Rs.4,700 Rs.15 Rs.2500 Rs.10
Sedan Plus Rs.4,800 Rs.16 Rs.3,000 Rs.10.25
Sedan Comfort Rs.4,900 Rs.17 Rs.3,100 Rs.10.50
Sedan Premium Rs.5,200 Rs.18 Rs.3,300 Rs.11
SUV Rs.6,200 Rs.21 Rs.3,500 Rs.13.50
SUV Plus Rs.6,400 Rs.23 Rs.4,000 Rs.16
SUV Comfort Rs.6,600 Rs.26 Rs.4,500 Rs.17
Driver Charges (After 10 PM): Rs.250 Outstation: Min. 250KM / Day

Patna Museum : Established in 1917, the Patna Museum is the oldest in Bihar. The major attraction of the museum is a sculpture of a female attendant, holding a flying-whisk. The sculpture, dating from the 3rd century, is made of polished sandstone and was found at Didarganj. Artifacts and pictures belonging to the 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D. are also kept on display in the museum.

Padri Ki Haveli : Constructed in 1772, this church is the oldest in Bihar. The 50-foot-tall monument has seen a lot in the last two centuries. The shrine was attacked in 1857 during the first war of Independence.

Sher Shah Suri Majid : The Masjid, built in 1540-1545, is a tribute to Afghan architectural style. Being the biggest mosque in Patna it has become an impressive landmark of the city.

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