Asokaram Buddhism Monastery in India
Asokaram Buddhism Monastery is place of tertiary synthesis of Buddhism. Evidence of the rise of Buddhism in the present-day Patna. The evidence of its prosperity as a city center of Buddhism has been lost. This city has developed throughout history. It is possible that people in the postmortem period of Buddhism. To destroy or abandon the Buddhist place. This is a place where tertiary institutions are located.
The only monastery in Buddhism in Patna where remains. There is only the stone pillars of the main building that Ashoka created as a tertiary place. But most of them are submerged in the pool, which has full water all year round. And most of the remains remain submerged. But the Indian authorities have no intention of excavating the site. This will affect the homes located in Patna, the capital of today’s state of Bihar.