Nestled in the heart of spirituality, Gaya is more than just a destination; it's a pilgrimage of the soul. At Namastay Gaya, we understand the importance of providing a serene sanctuary for travelers seeking solace. Our hotel seamlessly blends modern comfort with traditional warmth, offering a haven for both pilgrims and explorers. Whether you're here for religious rituals or to explore the rich history, Namastay Gaya ensures your stay is marked by a perfect balance of tranquility and modern amenities.
Namastay Hotel in Gaya, Bihar, is a modest, affordable, and hygienic living space across a built-up area of 4801.89 sq ft. It is conveniently located 1.5 km from the Railway Station and 7 km from the Gaya International Airport. In this city, Bodh Gaya is one of the holiest sites of Buddhism; in other words, it is the birthplace of Buddhism. It is renowned as a popular pilgrimage destination with historical and mythological significance.
Bodh Gaya is one of the most sacred Buddhist pilgrimage sites in the world. It's where Lord Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree. The Mahabodhi Temple is the main attraction, and you can also visit the Bodhi Tree and various monasteries in the area.
This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is believed to have Lord Vishnu's footprint imprinted in solid rock. It's an important Hindu pilgrimage site.
This serene place is where Sujata is said to have offered a bowl of milk rice to Lord Buddha before his enlightenment. It offers a peaceful environment for meditation and reflection.
These ancient caves are where Lord Buddha is believed to have practiced intense meditation before going to Bodh Gaya. The caves are a quiet and contemplative place to visit.
These rock-cut caves are known for their ancient Mauryan architecture and are one of the oldest surviving rock-cut caves in India. They are famous for their unique architectural designs.
Pawapuri is a sacred Jain pilgrimage site. It's believed to be the place where Lord Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism, attained Nirvana (salvation) and was cremated. The Jalmandir, a temple in the middle of a large pond, is a major attraction here.