Any trip to Patna remains incomplete without mentioning Kumhrar. The ancient ruins of Kumhrar still amaze the people all over the world. Patna, the capital city of Bihar, is one of the oldest towns in India, with a lot of historical monuments and ancient heritage.
Hotel Patliputra Continental, located in Anisabad, is the Best Hotel in Patna offering all the five-star benefits and amenities to its guests. Located around 20-minute ride from the hotel, one could easily find the ancient ruins of Kumhrar. This particular historical spot is extremely mysterious and offers unusual tranquility as well. However, it continues to attract visitors and history buffs.
How to Reach Kumhrar
Far from the din and bustle of the city, the ancient ruins of Kumhrar are desolately located around 4-Kilometer away from the city’s commercial hub Rajendra Nagar.
Hotel Patliputra Continental – Hotel in Patna near Airport – offers direct cab facility to its guests so that guests can visit Kumhrar at the least possible time.
Via Train: Stop at Patna Junction and hire a shared Auto directly to Kumhrar.
Via Road: Take a cab or Auto on reserve at a predetermined rate and visit Kumhrar.
Via Air: Reach Patna airport, and opt for a cab facility from the best hotel in Patna, and get set go.
People coming from outside the state should directly visit Patna by flight; Patna is well connected to all parts of India by airway. Then they should check in to Hotel Patliputra Continental, the finest five-star Hotel in Patna near Airport during their trip.
Kumhrar is an Important Historical Heritage
Kumhrar Park, located in Kumhrar, has the ruins of Arogya Vihar. Dhanvantri, the ancient most Indian doctor, practiced Ayurveda regularly here. The hospital also has a majestic monastery around it displaying the wonderful days of the bygone era.
Kumhrar finds its mentioning in Vedas and Puranas as well. The site dates back to some three thousand years or more. In those days, it happened to be one of the most vibrant phases of India’s ancient history.
The excavated ruins of ancient Patliputra can be witnessed here. It happened to be Emperor Ashoka’s capital where he regularly presided over Assembly session. The 80-pillar hall had been excavated by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) in its recent past.