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Living in Gaya, Bihar:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Gaya, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Gaya what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Someone moving to Gaya should have at least some idea about my city as my city has a lot of external roots. It is been ruled by British so, the culture show a lots of British ethic. Places and roads are also design in such a way that newcomers will easily understand the impact of English culture.

Gaya is a religious place. Famous for temples like Mahabodhi Temple, Mangla Gauri Temple, Chinese Temple and more. People from different countries visit Bodh Gaya as it’s famous for Buddhism. The Lord Buddha Statue is here. The top sightseeing places in Bodh Gaya are Bodhi Tree, Thai Monastery, Tibetan Refugee Market and so on.

Sumedh, says: 2020

Gaya is a holy city which is in Bihar in India. It is the city where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment, hence it is called a city of salvation and enlightenment. There are several holy places like Vishnupad Temple and Mahabodhi Temple. Yearly many tourists from countries like Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Nepal visit Gaya. It is connected by international airport, railways and roadways.

Gaya is a city in the state of Bihar. If someone is planning to settle in there, remember that the city is full of noises and chaos. It is very hectic bit at the same time its enjoyable. I say this farrago type argument because you experience new aroma there. You have the famous Bodh Gaya besides, where you can always visit.

Gaya is a holy city beside the Falgu River, in the northeast Indian state of Bihar. It’s known for Vishnupad Mandir, a riverside temple with an octagonal shrine. Close by, the ancient Mangla Gauri Temple is set on a hilltop. To the north, Hindu devotees bath in a Brahma Kund pond before honoring their deceased ancestors atop Pretshila Hill. To the south lies the Hindu pilgrimage center of Bodh Gaya.

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