The Imambara was constructed by Hajrat Saint Roshan Ali Shah in 1717 A.D. and serves as a landmark in Gorakhpur. It is also well-known for its gold and silver Tajia.
Kapilvastu is becoming an International Buddhist Pilgrimage Centre. Lord Buddha lived 29 years here. A large structure revealed Buddha's remains during excavations.
In addition to hosting a variety of cultural and social activities, Gorakhnath Temple serves as the city's cultural centre.
The Vir Bahadur Singh Planetarium is one of Gorakhpur's most impressive tourist attractions.
It is located on the road to Mohaddipur close to the area of Railway Stadium in Gorakhpur. It has a baby train and short parades on railway history and development.
The former capital of the Kosala Empire was Kushinagar. Buddhism devotees also consider Kushinagar to be a sacred place.
In 623 B.C., the Lord Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, was born in the renowned gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a pilgrimage.
Gorakhpur's Gita Vatika is prominently religious. This Krishna-loving environment is ideal for meditation and soul-calming.
Gorakhpur's Kushmi Forest is a captivating place. The tranquil ambience of this forest never fails to captivate a great number of people.
Maghar is a beautiful town and nagar panchayat in Sant Kabir Nagar, Uttar Pradesh. Maghar was originally called "Margharan," meaning "abduction on the path."