Buddh Gaya

Buddha Gaya or Bodh Gaya

/ (ˈbʊd ɡəˈjɑː) /

  1. a town in NE India, in Bihar: site of the sacred bo tree under which Gautama Siddhartha attained enlightenment and became the Buddha; pilgrimage centre. Pop: 30 883 (2001)

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How to use Buddh Gaya in a sentence

  • I have met him several times at Benares, and also at Buddh Gaya, to interrogate him on religious points and devil-worship.

    Kim | Rudyard Kipling
  • He was sitting under a pipal tree in a little village named Buddh-gaya, southeast of Benares, when light dawned upon his soul.

    A Yankee in the Far East | George Hoyt Allen
  • And so afterwards I go to Buddh Gaya, to make shraddha for the father of my children.'

    Kim | Rudyard Kipling