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Bihar Museum
A celebration of India’s ancient past. Re-live the rise and fall of spiritual, political and cultural empires at the Bihar Museum.
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Bihar Museum 1 Sep 15
The head of the Mundeshwari temple does not exist anymore.
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Bihar Museum 31 Aug 15
Treat your eyes with the scenic beauty of Rajgir.
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Bihar Museum 30 Aug 15
Thekua is a revered prasad in the Chhath puja, used as a sweet snack for centuries in Bihar.
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Bihar Museum 28 Aug 15
is proud of the promise born with the relationship between Krishna and Draupadi.
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Bihar Museum 28 Aug 15
For greater triumphs and achievements await, walk with me.
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Bihar Museum 27 Aug 15
Come experience the agricultural and industrial riches of Bihar.
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Bihar Museum 26 Aug 15
‘Dudhia Malda’ mango of the Digha, Bihar is known as the king of mangoes. Taste the pride of Bihar.
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Bihar Museum 25 Aug 15
Weaver bird comes from the family of cuckoo birds who do not built their own nests to bring up their offspring.(2/3)
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Bihar Museum 25 Aug 15
Come, sit in the weaver bird's nest at the at .(3/3)
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Bihar Museum 25 Aug 15
The weaver bird, as the name suggests, is known for its expertise in weaving beautiful nests from palm leaves.(1/3)
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Bihar Museum 24 Aug 15
Dancing girl of Bunlandibagh is an great example of what role dancing has played. (3/3)
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Bihar Museum 24 Aug 15
Diverse facial expressions & postures of these figurines show the importance of arts.(2/3)
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Bihar Museum 24 Aug 15
A large number of Mauryan terracotta figurines from Bulandibagh & Buxar represent the popular arts of the time.(1/3)
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Bihar Museum 23 Aug 15
Jhijhian is a Bihari dance style, accompanied by a song which is full of prayers to Lord Indra, the rain God. (1/3)
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Bihar Museum 23 Aug 15
This women only, dance performance is done to make the God of rain happy!(2/3)
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Bihar Museum 23 Aug 15
Live the joy that is Bihar. (3/3)
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Bihar Museum 22 Aug 15
He proposed ‘Middle Path’ between indulgence & self-mortification towards enlightenment.(2/3)
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Bihar Museum 22 Aug 15
This later became foundation of Buddhist philosophy. Trace this path with me.(3/3)
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Bihar Museum 22 Aug 15
After 6 years of extreme asceticism, Siddhartha concluded that physical austerity would not lead to salvation.(1/3)
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Bihar Museum 21 Aug 15
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