Where is Mahabodhi Temple in Bodhgaya, Bihar India

Mahabodhi Temple is one of the well known historical monuments of Bihar is located in Bodhgaya inside the Gaya the city of Bihar in India at the lat long of 24°41′46″N 84°59′29″E, this Mahabodhi temple is with 55 meter height from sea level.
Mahabodhi Temple, marking the hallowed ground where Buddha attained enlightenment and formulated his philosophy of life, forms the spiritual heart of Bodhgaya. Built in the 6th century AD atop the site of a temple erected by Emperor Ashoka almost 800 years earlier, it was razed by foreign invaders in the 11th century.

Facts about Mahabodhi Temple

Name Mahabodhi Temple
City Gaya
Address Bodhgaya, Bihar 824231
Country India
Continent Asia
Came in existence 3rd century B.C.
Built by Emperor Ashoka
Area covered in KM 20.2 km2
Height 55 metres
Time to visit 5:15:00 AM, 8:30PM
Ticket time 05:15 AM, 03:10 PM,
When to visit October and March,
Unesco heritage 2002
Ref No of UNESCO 198
Coordinate 24°41′43″N 84°59′38″E,
Per year visitors 5000
Near by Airport Gaya International Airport
Near by River Phalgu River

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