Famous Mahavir temple situated in Patna is one of the leading temples of the country. The Mahavir Hanuman temple is situated at the north side of Patna, which is just outside of Patna Railway Junction. Million of pilgrims visit Mahavir temple of Patna and sources claim that it is the second most visited largest shrine in North India. In terms of budget also it possesses second largest position in North India after the famous Vaishno Devi temple of Jammu.
However the first actual date of establishment of the temple is unknown, in 1948 A.D. Patna High Court declared it a public temple. Then a magnificent and beautiful temple was reconstructed between 1983 and 1985 on the old site of the said temple. Kishore Kunal played a key role and taken initiative for the new temple with other devotees which made glorious temples of the country.
Patna Mahavir Temple provides satisfactory facilities to its pilgrims, which arrives here in the larger amount. The Patna Mahavir temple premises have main campus including offices, shop selling rituals articles and a bookshop that deals in religious books and practices. The campus also has one Astrological and Palmistry center with Gem Stone center, which attracts the devotees and provide them help for their need.
Mahavir Temple has another attraction for its devotees as the famous floating Ram-setu Shila. About 13,000 mm volume and approx. 15 kgs of weight, the Shila is kept in a glass container safely for the visitors.
Devotees from any part of the country can reach easily here at it is situated near Patna Railway Junction which is connected to major cities through Rail network.