Gaya named after the demon Gayasura in the state of Bihar, not only boasts of the world heritage site, Mahabodhi Temple, but is also an important pilgrimage for Jains and Hindus in addition to Buddhists. In fact, Gaya is one of the places referred to in the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata. Gaya has been ruled by the Guptas, Palas and Mughals before being taken over by the British. With a rich history and diverse cultural influence, Gaya has its own distinct dishes.
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