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Sivadasan M
Sylvania, OH21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 • Solo
The story of Sujata is so inspiring. She brought a bowl of porridge from her humble home and presented it to the ascetic in starvation and told him that he cannot find Truth and the way without a living body to experience that. A truth that imparted the wisdom that guided the Buddha to realize his goal. Such a simple story, but with such profound wisdom and meaning. The Sujata Kuti is a simple monument to the great episode, that one needs to search out away from all the beautiful monasteries and great temples. It's manned by a few dedicated people, nothing fancy or impressive. But, nevertheless the soul of Buddhism lies there. A contribution to the upkeep of the place is well worth it.
Written 8 February 2019
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sactokw
Northern Cal977 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Friends
This is a nice place to visit for Buddhist pilgrims as it is the place where Sujata offers Siddhartha Gautama the rice milk while on the verge of starving to death from extreme ascetic practice, leading to the realization of the "middle way". The tacky thing about this place are the "attendants" there constantly asking for donations.
Written 24 February 2018
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Mark F
Jeonju, South Korea239 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Solo
This is the place near the river where Lord Buddha was offered rice milk by the girl, Sujata, after he had realised that extreme asceticism was not the correct way to achieve enlightenment. Extremely significant place for faithful Buddhists.

No entry fee. Very close to Bodhgaya.
Written 22 February 2018
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vaishali s
Pune, India190 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Family
We had visited this place in october 2017.This is the place where mata sujata had offered Kheer to lord Buddha .Please don't pay attention to two persons who often keep asking for money for donation.
Written 3 November 2017
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Roy_CityOfJoy
Kolkata (Calcutta), India86 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017
One of the major tourist attraction in Bodhgaya. 80 feet statue of Lord Buddha is really impressive. You shouldn't miss it.
Written 31 March 2017
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lsg181
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3,054 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017 • Friends
One of historical places on Buddha's enlightened path. It's well kept and easy reach by cars. No entrance fee. Compound care taker would probably ask for donations, but it's up to the visitors.
Written 3 March 2017
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PrabhatKr
Patna, India8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Business
It is one of the finest places to visit in Bodhgaya after Mahabodhi temple. In Sujata Kutir, you can witness a huge statue of Lord Buddha(80 ft tall) surrounded by statues of 10 Pupils of Lord Buddha. Entry is free for all, but you have to go through frisking and security check on certain days. Best time to visit is 10-12 AM and 3-5 PM.
Written 23 February 2017
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Terry S
West Hollywood, CA218 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Friends
So remarkable, so large, so wonderful. You'll find it near the main temple. A must see. Surrounded by smaller statues of disciples.
Written 30 November 2016
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utsavkraft
Mumbai, India2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016
I am totally speechless when I visited the destination with my team, we all have a business visit for handicrafts and eco-friendly products. The positivity of place vanishes all stress and tiredness of whole day. Feel much Relaxed and Positive. Beautiful nature experience with all my friends we all love to have a visit at this place. Must say Just Visit Once in Lifetime.

Written 6 September 2016
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Tania Astans
Melbourne, Australia19 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015
So this ooold stipe ruin is located at the Sujata village , other side of the river from Bodh Gaya, accessible by foot, ales than 1 km walk crossing the bridge.
This stupa is located in front of a charity school, on the main road going towards the small cute Sujata village. The location is very peaceful and enchanting, next to the rice paddies and some vegetable farms.
You can continue the road and visit the villages streets, old houses. Walk towards the Sujata temple, important for Buddhists. Locals will point you the direction. Walk here and see the slow daily activities of the locals.
It's also really worthy to have a look into the charity school in front of the stupa, Sakya Sujata. It's till 2 pm. it's free school and its workers are depended on donations. donations are also used for the school material needed for the kids. there are children from 3/4 years old studying there. Ask for the director of the school nd you will be received very warmly.
Written 25 July 2015
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