Kumhrar is an Ancient City in Patna Bihar , located in 5 Km east from Patna Railway Station . in the Mauryan Period (322-185 BCE) has been Discovered Kumhrar and Hypostyle 80 Pilar Hall . The 80 Pillared Hall has been Referred to king Ashoka Hall . people visit here to see the Mauryan Hall Pilar and know about this park . this beautiful park designed by the help of Government of Bihar for the purpose of Tourist . In Side the Park, there is a Museum Hall , where the 80 pillared hall kept .
Today this Place Kumhrar is Famous For Kumhrar Park . in the time of excavation some revelation was found in this park . some of the name & Details are given here .
- Assembly Hall of 80 Pillars :- During the Excavation work one polished stone pillar of Fragments were found . The excavator was able to trace 72 pits of ash and rubble on the site which marked the position in which others pillars must once have stood . this pillared hall is known as “Assembly Hall of 80 Pillars” .
- Anand Bihar :- The foundation of the Brick Buddhist Monastery have excavated apart from wooden beams and clay figures , which are now kept inside the park for public Display .
- Arogya Vihar :- This place also Found During the Excavation work . Arogya Vihar was headed by the Dhanvantari , an early Indian medical practitioner .
- Durakhi Devi Temple :- During the Excavation a detached piece of a carved stone railing of Stupa , with a female figure in both side . Giving it the name Durukhi or Durukhiya (Double Faced ) Devi .
How to Reach :- Kumhrar Park is Located 5 Km east from Patna Railway Station . you can Visit there by the prepaid Bus or own Vehicle . the park is situated on the Main Road Near Kankarbagh .
Entry Timing :- 10 AM to 4 PM .
Entry Fees :- Rs. 5/- (For Indian Citizen )
Rs. 100/- (For Foreigner)
Nearest Railway Station :- Patna Railway Station .
Nearest Bus Terminal :- Mithapur
Address :- Kumhrar , Patna , Bihar 800026 .