Sonepur Fair Tour

Duration : 8 Nights 9 Days

Package Code: TOT-OD-001

Day 1: Arrival Patna

On arrival on arrival Patna Airport transfer to Hotel.

Patna The capital city of the State of Bihar is home to the most distinctive footprints of the antiquated From the beginning of time to the present. Do not leave this city and a the city’s prime part will disappear from the records of the development of Indian the past. Pataliputra, Kusumpur, Pushpapur and Azeemabad are just some of the names this city has been known by throughout the years.

Patna had been a major city. In the 5 5th century BC The Emperor Ajatasatru changed the name of Pattliputra (Patna) to Patna, fulfilling the prophecy of Buddha that a city of great importance was to emerge in this area. It was the time of Emperors Chandrgupta Maurya and Ashoka also were known as Pataliputra home , and it continued to be one of India’s important cities for over 1000 years. In the Third Buddhist Council was held in Pataliputra under Ashoka patronage.

A huge flood on the river Sonebhadra in the second half of the 6 6 century AD, and the subsequent Hun attacks destroyed the city. It was in the 16 the century under the reign of the Afghan King, Sher Shah Suri, it saw a resurgence of its splendor. The 19 century century, it was under the suzerainty of the British who named it Patna. Stay the night in Hotel located in Patna.

Day 2: Patna Sonepur Fair Vaishali Patna – Patna

The only cow fare in India in which Elephants trade. This is an exciting meal , apart Post breakfast take a full day trip to Sonepur. The food in Sonepur is referred to as

Apart from elephants, there are a variety of species of animals that can be traded to trade, which includes

This includes a variety of Birds. The cattle feed is available for about three weeks.

The rest of the day is spent exploring this food. Before heading back to Patna you can also go to Vaishali.

Buddha has been believed to given his final preaching in Vaishali. A life-sized pillar next to the brick stupa in Vaishali is a memorial to Buddha’s final sermon. The lion’s statue on the pillar is facing north, which is the direction Buddha chose to travel on his final trip. In Vaishali it is possible to visit the stupa in shade that is believed to be the place where Buddha hid the relic of the casket that contained the cremated remains of Buddha.

Return to Patna and spend the night at the Hotel.

Day 3 : Patna Sonepur Fair Patna

objects such as coins, art pieces instruments, paintings artworks, textiles, thanks breakfast at the bronze Post, go to at the Patna Museum. The Museum has exhibits of archaeological images , sculptures , and terracotta images, sculptures and terracotta . The tree’s fossil thought to be larger than 200 million years of age is displayed. The most valuable collection of this museum is A Statue of Yakshi. Patna Sahib Gurudwar, Golghar as well as Kumrar, Later proceed on to Sonepur fair to see this fascinating fair.

Explore for the whole day in the area. The diverse animals to be sold include dog breeds with palls and donkeys, camels, buffaloes ponies, monkeys Chimps, Persian sheep, horses, bears, rabbits, and cats. A variety of species of birds, poultry , and fish are readily available. The museum also reflects the culture of the area through exhibitions. A lot of devotees visit Sonepur to bathe holy at the confluence between the two rivers: The Ganges and The Gandak. The evening is spent returning to Patna. Overnight stay at Hotel In Patna.

Day 4: Patna – Nalanda Rajgir — Bodhgaya

After breakfast, check out and then proceed to Bodhgaya. After approximately 2.5 hours of driving, you will arrive at Rajgir. In the days of the Buddha Rajgir was the capital city of theMagadha Empire. In the caves cut by rock there the Buddha was able to spend a few months Meditation and preaching.

We take an excursion on a cable car to visit the World Peace stupa at the top of a hill. The Buddha’s teachings were recorded in the Rajgir stupa and also the site of an initial Buddhist council.

In just 15 kilometers we reach Nalanda which is the site of the old Buddhist University built in 5 the century AD. The great center of learning was a success until the 12th century AD.

Then continue driving to Bodhgaya. Then, arrive in Bodhgaya and spend the night at the Hotel.

Day 5: Bodhgaya

Mahabodhi temple was built to mark the place where Buddha reached enlightenment.After breakfast, we will visit the sights of Bodhgaya. The first stop is the excursion to the Mahabodhi temple which was constructed to mark the place at which Buddha achieved enlightenment.

The renowned Mahabodhi shrine is located in the middle of the MahabodhiTemple Complex, has been restored and rebuilt throughout the centuries.A huge circular stone bearing the Buddha’s footprints is housed in a small shrine to the left. Within the same temple complex are situated the Bodhi tree, that is believed to be the descendant of the tree that Buddha reached enlightenment.Later we go to Bodhgaya Museum. Bodhgaya museums that houses the remains of antiquities discovered within the vicinity of Bodhgaya. Also , visit Bodhgaya’s Buddha statue as well as Buddhist shrines in various countries that are situated here.Overnight at the Hotel at Bodhgaya.

Day 6 : Bodhgaya Varanasi

After breakfast, take the journey to Varanasi.

The drive will take you along GT Road that is among the roads built during the Mughal period. In the afternoon, you will arrive in Varanasi and check-in to the Hotel .Varanasi is among the most sacred locations in India. Hindu pilgrims take a bath at the feet of the Ganges. The city is a sacred location for cremation ceremonies among Hindus. It is a magical city where the most intimate ceremonies of death and life occur in open on the famous ghats of the city. In the past the city was named Kashi & Benares, but the current name is the result of an old name that referred to the city that lies between two rivers, Varuna and Assi.Evening evening, attend the the Aarti Ceremony in the Ghats. Stay the night in a Hotel at Varanasi.

Day 7 :Varanasi

This morning we wake up before sunrise to go on a an excursion along the Ganges river. Ganges. The river Ganges is a great place to go for a boat ride.

Boatman gets underway to row the boat. the day-to-day activities at the Ghats begin to unfold which is fascinating for visitors who aren’t familiar with the city. After that, we explore the city on walking, to feel the atmosphere of the city’s history. Also visit Banaras Hindu University, Tulsi Manas temple & Bharat Mata temple. Return to the hotel.

Overnight in a Hotel in Varanasi.

Day 8 : Varanasi -Allahabad – Varanasi

After breakfast drive to Allahabad , Visit Triveni Sangam, Allahabad Fort, Azad Park And Hanuman Temple. Return to Varanasi and overnight stay in the Hotel located in Varanasi.

Allahabad sanctity is reflected in the references to Allahabad’s sanctity in the Purans and in the Ramayan and the Mahabharata. Based on Hindu Mythology, Lord Brahma God of the Trinity, who is also known as who is the Creator God from the Trinity chosen a location in earth(ie Prayag) to perform Prakrista Yag, which was the very beginning of creation, and also referred to the place in the form of Tirth raj also known as the King of the the pilgrimage centres as per the text in the “Padam Puran “As as the sun lies in the moon, and the moon amongst stars, similarly ‘Prayag’ is the best of all places for pilgrimage”

The bathing ritual at Prayag is described in Brahma Puran which states that ” during the month of Magha on the banks of Ganga Yamuna in Prayag bestows the results of millions and millions of Ashvmedha Yajna”

Day 9: Varanasi Return

After breakfast, check out of the hotel on time. Transfer into the Varanasi Airport to board a flight for the onward destination.


Accommodation at standard category hotel on twin sharing Basis
Meal Plan -Breakfast basis
All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary)

Terms and Conditions

  1. The above rates are based on minimum 2 persons travelling together.
  2. Child below 12 years can share the bed with the parents with an extra cost.
  3. Airfares may change without any notice at any time during the validity of the package.
  4. Rates are subject to change based on availability and date of travel (Peak season/ Conference/ Holiday period surcharges would apply)
  5. Weekend surcharge may be applicable if any.
  6. Hotel check in time is 1200 hours, check out time is 1100 hours. Early check in / late checks out is subject to availability of rooms.
  7. Surcharge may applicable if travel in weekends.
  8. Cancellation charges would apply as per company policy.