Vietnam Temple is a Buddhist temple in Bodhgaya, Bihar, located 500 metres from Mahabodhi Temple, 1 kilometre from Bodh Gaya Bus Station, and 1 kilometre from Wat Thai Buddhagaya. It is one of the top attractions in Bodhgaya and is conveniently located next to Kalachakra Maidan.
As the location where Gautama Buddha obtained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree and the birthplace of Buddhism, Bodh Gaya is regarded as one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Bihar. This holy city is one of India’s most sought-after spiritual attractions because of its magnificent and historically significant temples. The Vietnamese Temple is also one of Bodhgaya’s newest additions.
The Vietnamese government built the Vietnam Temple at Bodh Gaya in 2002 to resurrect Buddhism in India. A magnificent landmark in the area that draws many visitors to the complex is the temple, which was constructed in the Vietnamese architectural style and is surrounded by tranquil settings and picturesque localities.
The smiling statue of Buddha known as the Avalokiteswara statue, which emanates a relaxing atmosphere and seems to be smiling, is the temple’s most well-liked attraction.
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