It is an urban oasis sprawling throughout a generous area of twenty-two acre. The highlight of the park is Bodhi bushes, planted with the aid of the Dalai Lama, which flank a statue of Lord Buddha.
Also called the Buddha Memorial Park, it is positioned on Frazer Road near Patna Junction, opposite the Mahavir Mandir. Aimed at highlighting the existence and teachings of Lord Buddha, the multi-purpose park contains the Pataliputra Karuna Stupa, meditation middle, a library with numerous books on Buddhism, a museum as well as a Park of Memories.
The 2 hundred-feet-high Pataliputra Karuna Stupa is a round shape this is the maximum outstanding characteristic of the park. It has several entrances and homes a relic of Lord Buddha that is one of the eight original relics excavated from Vaishali, in a glass enclosure. There are numerous other relics, delivered by using His Holiness the Dalai Lama and numerous monks from Thailand, Myanmar, Japan, South Korea and Sri Lanka, stored in specific caskets. The meditation centre is based totally on the plans of the Nalanda University monasteries. It has 60 cells and you'll view the stunning stupa from each of them. Along with artefacts, there are audio-visual and multimedia displays about the lifestyles and teachings of Buddha within the museum.