Home >> Chariot Route Marks
Chariot Route Marks
The Chariot Route and hell inscriptions are worth a visit for the strangeness of the phenomenon, two parallel furrows cut deep into rock for about thirty feet giving credence to the local belief that they were "burnt" into the rock by the speed and power of Lord Krishna's chariot when he entered the city of Rajgir during the epic Mahabharata times. Several shell inscriptions, the undeciphered characters current in central and eastern India from the 1st to 5th centuries AD, and engraved in the rock around the chariot marks.
Tourist Attractions in Rajgir
New Rajgir Walls, Bimbisar Road, Maniyar math, Saptarni Caves and Poppala Stone are other places of tourist interest.