|Vishwa Shanti Stupa|
In commemoration to that, a vast Buddhist monument 'Vishwa Shanti Stupa' is constructed there. A Japanese Buddhist monk, Nichidatsu Fujii(1885-1985) taken this job and constructed this Stupa(Pagoda) in 1969. Now, it is a world fame Buddhist serene.
It is said, Nichidasu Fujii has not only constructed this Stupa but such many similar Stupas are constructed by him or his guidance in different parts of the world.
It is built of white marble stone. It is approx. 400 M high having dome dia is 125 M. The Stupa is housed four statues of Lord Buddha at its four corners depicting four phases of life of the Buddha i. e. Birth, Enlightenment, Teaching and Mahaparinirvana.
|Aerial Rope way|
|Depicting Buddha' Mahaparinirvana|
King Bimbisara, who was a mighty power of Magadha at that time, gave a warm welcome to with his ministers to Buddha. After giving befitting discourses by Buddha, King Bimbisara offered him Vanuvana, the magnificent Bamboo grove. It is said, next three years, Buddha stayed there.
It is 12 Km away from Nalanda.
To reach here, there is a aerial rope way having single seat chair. It takes 7 minutes approx. to reach here. At head and tale points, there is adequate staff to guide. The chair having lock is good for safety purpose. This seven minutes journey of aerial rope way is indeed, full of thrilling and adventurous.The passing of chair rope on the tower pulley generates some awful sound.
|Indian Jadi-Buties along pedestrian|
One other Japanese 'Nipponzan Myohoji temple' is also that site. Here Camera clicking is prohibited.
There is foot way also.
Two rock-cut caves, one belongs to Sariputta and other belongs to Mogglayan are here.
|Aerial rope way Exist|
Jivakamaravana Monastery, said to be here. It was donated by Jivak, a famous surgeon at time to Buddha's Bhikkhu Sangha.
The first Buddhist Council after the Buddha, was hosted here at the Saptapani Caves.
|Nipponzan Myohoji temple|
Venuvana- It is said, King Bimbisara had built this Vanuvana Vana and gifted to Bhikkhus Sangha. As per Tipitaka, it was a huge Bamboo grove having one of the favorite Monastery where Buddha used to stay during His Rajgriha visit. But presently, it is a little piece of land and if Government record says it, the land of Venuvana of Buddha's time then, it is their headache.
Hot Spring- At the foot of Vaibhava Hill. Hot water comes through sevens spouts known as Saptadhara. The hot water temp. is 45 oC approx.
Both Hiuen Tsang and Fahian had visited here during their India visit.