The All India Bhikkhu Sangha is the oldest ‘Apex Pan-India Society’ uniting the Bhikkhus and giving them the credibility to serve the Indian Buddhist Society...
Over the decades the All India Bhikkhu Sangha have undertaken a number of meaningful activities for the benefit for the Buddhist practitioners...

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Pilgrimage Places

  • : Bodh Gaya :

    Bodh Gaya is very Popular Buddhist Centre which is located in Gaya district in India. This is famous for the place of Gautama Buddha's being attainment.

  • : Rajgir :

    The teachings of Buddha was penned down at Rajgir and it was also the venue for the first Buddhist Council. Today Rajgir has come up as one of the most important pilgrimage for the Buddhist.

  • : Nalanda :

    Nalanda, a part of the Budhist circuit, is famous for the the ancient International Monastic University. Established in 5th century BC by the Gupta Emperors, it was a famous learning centres in ancient times.

  • : Barabar Caves :

    The Barabar Caves are the oldest surviving rock-cut caves in India.mostly dating from the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE),and some with Ashokan inscriptions,located in the Jehanabad District,24 km north of Gaya.

  • : Vaishali :

    Vaishali hosted the second great Buddhist council. Two stupas were erected to commemorate this event. Jainism, too, has its origins in Vaishali, for in 527 B.C., Lord Mahavir was born on the outskirts of the city, and lived in Vaishali till he was 22. Vaishali is then twice blessed and remains an important pilgrim center for both Buddhists and Jains, attracting also historians foraging for the past.

  • : Jethian :

    After achieving enlightenment, as a gesture of keeping the promise meet King Bimbasara, Gautama Buddha, accompanied by the large group of monks visited Rajgir. Hearing the news of Buddha visiting him, Bimbasara, his wife along with royal entourage came out of the city and welcomed the Buddha. The place where both the great men met is the present day Jethian, the then village of Lativana. The place where Buddha stayed in Jethian had been marked as a Stupa, built over the Supatittha Cetiya, which is now reduced to a large mound. Besides this, a large and impressive statue of the Buddha adorns the site.