Located 10 km from Rajgir and 4 km from Nalanda, located in the eastern state of Bihar in India, Napura has gained its historical significance because of the widespread belief that Lord Gautama Buddha gave his first publicity to this place. One of the three famous mango groves of Nalanda University was located here where both Gautama Buddha and Mahavira lived. This small village between the towns of Rajgir and Nalanda is famous for the famous Tussar silk weaving. About 50 of the 250 villages are in silk weaving. If you are eager to experience a stay at the village resorts, then you can enjoy the most when visiting this place during the winter months. During your stay, you will meet locals who like to cook, eat and feed guests. The staple food of this region includes rice, There are pulses and various types of vegetables. One of the major attractions of Bihar is Chhath Puja, which is celebrated twice a year. Nalanda is the nearest railway station to Napura and Patna which is 72 km away. Its nearest airport is Patna.