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Kumrahar Excavations

Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the remains of an ancient city of Pataliputra, located 5 km of east from Patna Railway Station, on Road, Patna, Bihar. The archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE), has been discovered here, this include the ruins of a hypostyle 80-pillared hall. The excavation finding here dates back to 600 BCE, and marks the ancient capital of Ajatshatru, Chandragupta and Ashoka, and collectively the relics range from four continuous periods from 600 BCE to 600 CE.
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Kumrhar

Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the remains of an ancient city of Pataliputra, located 5 km of east from Patna Railway Station, on Road, Patna, Bihar. The archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE), has been discovered here, this include the ruins of a hypostyle 80-pillared hall. The excavation finding here dates back to 600 BCE, and marks the ancient capital of Ajatshatru, Chandragupta and Ashoka, and collectively the relics range from four continuous periods from 600 BCE to 600 CE.

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Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the remains of an ancient city of Pataliputra, located 5 km of east from Patna Railway Station, on Road, Patna, Bihar. The archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE), has been discovered here, this include the ruins of a hypostyle 80-pillared hall. The excavation finding here dates back to 600 BCE, and marks the ancient capital of Ajatshatru, Chandragupta and Ashoka, and collectively the relics range from four continuous periods from 600 BCE to 600 CE.

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Kumrhar

Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the remains of an ancient city of Pataliputra, located 5 km of east from Patna Railway Station, on Road, Patna, Bihar. The archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE), has been discovered here, this include the ruins of a hypostyle 80-pillared hall. The excavation finding here dates back to 600 BCE, and marks the ancient capital of Ajatshatru, Chandragupta and Ashoka, and collectively the relics range from four continuous periods from 600 BCE to 600 CE.

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