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Buddhist Monuments at Sanchi

Sanchi, Bhopal, India
+91 755 274 6827
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An ancient place of pilgrimage is a site of early Buddhist monasteries, temples and pillars.
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Sanchi, Bhopal, India
+91 755 274 6827
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Reviewed 2 days ago

You feel proud of your culture, history and the dedication to their work. Amazing structure !. Thanks to the authoities who have maintained it. Must visit.

Thank VenkateshLJ
Reviewed 3 days ago

It is one of the stupas built by the Ashoka. It has the relics of some of the great disciples of Buddha.

Thank ashishpeter1995
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Amazed to see the serenity, beauty of historical placed called Sachi. Sachi is known for peace and tranquility. Ancient architecture which are symbol of peace and enlightening was very apt.

Thank Zulfi B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The very famous for Tibetan Buddhist temple and finishing work before and finishing the parcel back for

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A very good historic place, it is a must visit place if you are near vidisha or bhopal. Managed very well by ASI, stupas are marvelous and reminds you of glorious era of Ashoka

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's a symbol of Madhya Pradesh and situated around 60kms from the main Bhopal ... It's a well maintained old place which depicts the Ashoka age...

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Everyone knows that sanchi is famous for buddhist monuments and its really magnificent. I suggest to those who want to plan a picnic trip, you can go and take your meal and water from home or somewhere else because water and other fast food is...More

Thank Shashank p
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

On a hill overlooking the plain and about 40 km from Bhopal, the site of Sanchi comprises a group of Buddhist monuments (monolithic pillars, palaces, temples and monasteries) all in different states of conservation most of which date back to the 2nd and 1st centuries...More

Thank chetanindoretrip
Reviewed 21 May 2017

Please do hire a local guide. The guide takes you through the wonderful story of the place and interesting facts, with a guide hired please provision for spending an hour at least

Thank saggit123
Reviewed 21 May 2017

you are amazed to see such a big sturcture constructed during Great Emperor Ashoka period. Guide is must to understand meaning of architecture and importance of carving on stone. Ashok chakra which has been adopted in Indian National Flag is from this place.

Thank mmangla1957
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Hello, I was wondering what would be the best way to travel from Bhopal to Sanchi. I would also like to go to Bhimbetka if possible, but I have just 4 days in all to cover all this. Is it possible?
20 May 2015|
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Response from Andy25677 | Reviewed this property |
Bhopal to Sanchi is a one hour ride in a car. Depending on how many are travelling will be the cost per head - Bhimbetka is also not very far and you can also stop over at Ratapani - which is a wildlife reserve - all within... More