This museum contains a pictorial history of Mahatma Gandhi’s life, plus some of his meagre belongings. On your way in, don't miss the...
Housed in a majestic heritage building, this museum contains a splendid collection of Mauryan and Gupta stone sculptures, some beautiful...
Off licence selling big bottles of Kingfisher light for ₹95.
Litti Chokha Stall
One of numerous street-side stalls dotted around the city cooking up Patna's speciality snack; litti chokha (chickpea-powder dough...
Danapure Rd · interesting places nearby
For a dome with a view, climb this massive, bulbous granary, built by the British army in 1786. The idea behind its construction was to avoid a repeat of the 1770 famine – look for the old carved sign on one side, reading: 'For the perpetual prevention of famine in these provinces' – although fortunately it was never required.
Its dual spiralling staircases (142 steps each) were designed so that workers could climb up one side and down the other. The viewing gallery on top of the monument affords unparalleled vistas of the city and the Ganges.