Patna Girls flying High

Neetu Chandra Ratan Rajput
Starting her carrier with Garam Masala she had never looked behind done a lot of films since..... Traffic Signal, Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, 13B, Rann, Mumbai Cutting, Apartment....and many more. Neetu Chandra was born in Patna, resident of Patliputra Colony, graduated from the Notre Dame Academy, black belt holder in Taekwondo, represented India in International Taekwondo Championship at Hong Kong in 1996 and represented India in World Korfball Championship in 1995 at New Delhi. She is a national games Silver Medal winner in Taek-won-do. Lallia(lalli) in ‘Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo‘ 9.30pm only on Zee TV., Girl from Patna, Ratan Rajput was never interested in studying. Her only dream was to act and after completing her education from Meerut she went to Delhi to pursue her desire. She came to Mumbai to roam in the city. She had been called by a director and she had a audition and then she selected for the new serial. She comes with actor Abhishek Rawat, who is close friends with Ratan Rajput.

Spritual Center

Takht Sri Patna Sahib Patandevi
Takht Sri Darbar Sahib Patna Sahib, which is the site of the birth-place of Guru Govind Singh, one of the Five Takhts of the Sikhs, the Temporal Authorities of Sikhism. The Gurdwara at Patna Sahib is in remembrance of the birth place of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Like many historical Gurdwara's in India and Pakistan, this Gurdwara was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Patna Devi temple in Patna is Mahapithasthan, some portion of tile right, thigh of Sati and the pat (cloth) fell near Maharajganj and Chowk, from which Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Maha Saraswati came into existence. It is also believed that the names of the goddesses Bari Patan Devi and Choti Patan Devi are derived from the pat, which fell at Maharajganj and Chowk where we now have the temples of Bari Patan Devi and Choti Patan Devi. ,The name Patna is popularly believed to be derived from Maa Patan Devi Temples.

National Pride

Kargil Chowk Martyr's Memorial Patna
Kargil Chowk is a War memorial. It was established in year 2000, near by Gandhi Maidan, Patna. It is dedicated to the soldiers from Bihar & Jharkhand who had sacrificed their lives in the Pakistani infiltration in 1999. The Martyr's Memorial is a life-size statue of seven brave young men who sacrificed their lives in the Quit India movement(August 1942), to hoist the national flag. The foundation stone of Martyr's Memorial was laid on August 15, 1947, by the governor of Bihar, Mr. Jairam Das Daulatram.

Archeological Significance

Kumhrar Agam Kuan
Kumhrar or Kumrahar is the remains of an ancient city of Pataliputra, The archaeological remains of the Mauryan period (322–185 BCE), has been discovered here, this include the ruins of a hypostyle 80-pillared hall The excavation finding here dates back to 600 B.C, and marks the ancient capital of Ajatshatru, Chandragupta and Ashoka, and collectively the relics range from four continuous periods from 600 BC to 600 AD Agam Kuan, which means "unfathomable well", is said to date back to the period of Maurya emperor, Ashoka. During the 1890s, the British explorer, Laurence Waddell, while exploring the ruins of Patliputra, identified Agam Kuan as the legendary well built by Ashoka for torturing people, a practice reported by Chinese travellers (most probably Fa Hien) of the 5th and 7th centuries A.D. Another popular legend states that this was the well where Ashoka threw ninety-nine of his elder brothers after killing them to obtain the throne of the Mauryan Empire.