The Ganges-side Vikramshila Ruins are 38 km from Bhagalpur. A massive monastery and many stupas exist on the 12-acre site.
The poet and writer Rabindranath Tagore's life and works are celebrated at Rabindra Bhavan, a cultural centre.
The village of Colganj, about 5 km from Bhagalpur, is home to these old temples cut into the rock. They are thought to be from the sixth or seventh century AD.
This holy hill is about 50 kilometres from Bhagalpur, and both Jains and Hindus make pilgrimages there.
This temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Shiva. It is thought to have been built in the 18th century and is known for its elegant design and intricate carvings.
The museum is dedicated to displaying a large collection of driftwood art created by Mr. Subhash Das, the artist and founder.
This Jain temple is a place of worship for the Jain saint Vaasupujya. It has carvings and sculptures made of marble that are very detailed.
Bhagalpur's famous Ghuran Peer Baba shrine honours the Sufi saint. Its unique architecture and tranquil atmosphere attract worshippers of all faiths.
This old temple is in Sultanganj, km from Bhagalpur. It was built during the Gupta dynasty and dedicated to Lord Shiva.