The History of Bihar

Bihar is a special state located in the eastern part of India, which is historically India's largest center, or it would not be wrong to say that India is incomplete without Bihar. Chiron, located 11 km from Chhapra, is the most important archaeological site (2000 AD) of Saran district. The name of this state was Bihar due to the Buddhist religion here. Many saints were born on the holy land of Bihar, people did not even know how to read and read in many parts of the world on this holy land, at that time the biggest center of education was Nalanda University Pataliputra in Bihar, presently the capital of Bihar. On the holy land of Bihar itself, Samrat Jarasandha, Ashoka, Ajatshatru, Bimbisara, and many kings were born.
The History of Bihar
History of Bihar
Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of independent India, has also been born in Bihar, Sikh Sikh Guru Govind Singh was also born in Patna, Bihar's capital, even today most of India's IS originates from Bihar, but continuously foreigners. Bihar has become one of the poorest and most backward states of India due to invasions and poor politics. The literacy rate in this state, which has the distinction of being the center of education in the world, has come down from other states, and migration has become a major problem due to lack of employment. Bihar is one of the oldest known states.

History of  Patna

The old name of Patna, the capital of Bihar, is Pataliputra. Located on the southern bank of the holy Ganges River, this city was known as Pataliputra about 2000 years ago. There is now a railway station in Patna by the same name. Pataliputra or Pataliputra was counted among the major cities of India since ancient times. Pataliputra was the name of present-day Patna. According to history, Udayin, the successor of Emperor Ajatshatru transferred his capital from Rajagriha to Pataliputra and later Chandragupta Maurya established his kingdom here and made it his capital.
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