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Welcome to Hotel Bodhgaya Gautam
 
Situated in the northeastern part of the India in state of Bihar, Bodhgaya is a small town and is one of the most respected Buddhist sites in the world. It is the destination where Buddha attained saintly enlightenment while he was meditating under the Bodhi tree. That meticulous tree later on identified as the Mahabodhi tree or Bodhi tree. Bodhgaya is the sacred home of the Buddhists, where Lord Buddha attained Enlightenment. This spiritual home attracts thousands of pilgrims every year, particularly Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims. Situated close to the Falgu River Bodhgaya, is the holiest Buddhist pilgrimage centers.
The other three significant places associated with Lord Buddha is his place of birth at Lumbini, the spot of his first lecture at Sarnath, and the place where he left his body at Kushinagar is also not far-off from this place. This spiritual place is frequently visited by Dalai Lama. This place must be visited by a person who believes in spiritual worth.
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Pind Dan in Pitra Paksha
Pitru Paksha in 2013 is from September 19 to October 04. It is the sixteen lunar day period which is dedicated to our ancestors and forefathers. Pitru Paksh begins on poornima (full moon day) of Bhadrapada (September) and ends on Amavasya (no moon day) of Ashwani month in Shukla Paksh (waxing moon period). During this period people pay homage to their pitra (ancestors), as Pitru Paksh is 'fortnight of ancestors'. And offering food and performing rituals for dead ancestors is also known as Shradh Pooja.
They perform pooja and rituals for the departed souls of dead forefathers or ancestors. Pitru paksh is performed by children or relatives for their dead ancestors and forefathers. For other religious purpose, this period is considered inauspicious. It means Hindu people do not initiate or start any important work during period of Pitri Paksh. Beginning day of the Pitra Paksh is considered as 'Poornima Shradh'. On this day, Mahalvya pitru Paksh begins. And last day of Pitra Paksh is considered as Amavasi Shradh. Mahalvya Pitru Paksh ends on this day. However, Hindu people can perform rituals for Shradh in all Amavasi or no moon days. But Pitra Paksh of Bhadrapad-Ashwin month which lasts for 16 days is considered the most important period for performing Shradh. Tarpanam, Shradham, Pitri Paksh, Sola Shraddha, are various names used for Pitru Paksh. The customs and rituals attached to Pitru Paksha Shraddh vary from region to region. Many close relatives also observe fast on the shradh day for peace of soul of their dead ancestors. Most people avoid non-vegetarian food during the occasion of Pitra Paksh. While some people do not cut their hair or shave relatives perform customs and rituals under the guidance of a learned person or priest. After shradh pooja food is offered to dead forefathers.
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Our Services
 
2 Multi-Cuisine fully air-conditioned restaurants 
Room Service facility
2 Banquet Halls fully air-conditioned
International and National calling facility
Running Hot And Cold Water
Internet facility
Fire Safety Equipped hotel premises
Highly secured campus with CCTV cameras
Car Parking
Laundry and Dry-cleaning facility
Doctor on call facility
Travel Assistance and Online Reservation
Foreign Exchange facility
 
 
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