NALANDA UNIVERSITY - INDIA
A small village called the 'Bada Gaon' , 90 km South of Patna is the world famous ruins of Nalanda University. Housing about 10,000 students and 2,000 teachers, this university attracted pupils from all over the world. A Walk in the ruins of the university that saw India leading in imparting knowledge, to the world - the era when India was a coveted place for studies. The university flourished during the 5th and 12th century. Lord Buddha visited Nalanda a number of time. Buddha's favourite disciple, Sariputra was born here and he died preaching at this place.