Sujata Hotel

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Bodhgayagaya, Bodh Gaya, 824231, IN
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Hotels in Gaya

by GopalBasyal

I am going to GAYA on 26th of December 2006. If you have any idea and tips on Gaya, hotels to stay not star hotels, then please suggest me.

Thanks all

RE: Hotels in Gaya

by umashanker

Hi Gopal,
There are many hotels in Bodh Gaya of all price range but i stayed in Tibetan Monestary when i visited there.If you stand at front of MahaBodhi Temple then on your left hand is Bodh Gaya village and on right hand side is a series of Monestaries, so the very first monestary is a Tibetan Monestary and there you can find very good room with attach bath room with in 200/-Rupees.In the same Monestary premise back side is provision of small hostel rooms where young monks used to stay for thier reasearch work.These rooms are available at Rs.60/-only,very basic room(Opposite to Kaal Chakra maidan).
On the other side of Phalgu River which might be dry now days there is village Sujata and a beautiful temple worth visit.
Best wishes
Uma shanker

RE: RE: Hotels in Gaya

by GopalBasyal

Dear Uma Shankar jee,
Thank you very much for your Idea and suggestion. Of course I will stay there.
Thank You again for kind information.
Gopal Basyal
Kathmandu, Nepal

Travel Tips for Bodh Gaya

Think twice when dealing with beggars

by gulshesh

Bodhgaya and the mahakalla caves are pilgrim places, so a LOT of beggars will gather there. Families send their elderly and children there, because they can´t work otherwise. Now dont give milkpowder to mothers with children, the´ll just sell it back to the shop-owner, and don´t buy sweets for kids, rather organize some proper food, or give them money. They´ll spend it for better stuff than chocolate, because it´s too expensive for them. Some beggars there are so fastidious, that they wont take your 25 peisas (or less)!
If you want to increase your good karma by giving money to beggars, change some papermoney into coins infront of the main stupa. You´ll make a slight loss of course, but you´ll have plenty of coins. They are sold in small plasic bags. If you start throwing paper money at them, you´ll be surounded by dozens of beggars within seconds, and won´t be left alone for the rest of your stay!

Dalai Lama's Winter Retreat

by aukjejetty

Bodh Gaya is a peaceful town which attracts mostly domestic tourists and Buddhist but also visitors from the West who want to know about Buddhism and learn meditation. During the winters Tibetans come here and stay. Many times the Dalai Lama spends December in Bodh Gaya.


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