A visit to Ganga Vihar can be a very refreshing moment. Taking a trip in the Ganges and watching the ghats and banks of Patna on a lovely evening can be very memorable.
The Bhagirathi Vihar at Ganga Ghat, behind NIT, from where the journey starts. Bhagirathi Vihar is the name of a restaurant at the Gandhi Ghat.
" Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, Patita Pavan Sitaram
Ishwar Allah Tero Nam, Sabako Sanmati De Bhagwan "
The inside view of the Floating restaurant M V Ganga Vihar. The open deck is situated one floor above which can be accessed through a narrow stair case. The deck provide a beautiful view of the city and the river Ganges. A small shop provides some light snacks during the normal trips.
View of Darbhanga House from the boat. Built by the Maharaja of Darbhanga as his guest house in Patna, this historic building now encompasses various departments of Patna University. It is always bustling with students.
[About the Photos : All the photos have been taken using a Canon camera. A bit of editing has been done, preserving the originality. The photos have been taken in 2011 ]