Over the millenniums several places have become famous tirthas or places of pilgrimages in Bengal. A large concentration of those places are in today's Bangladesh.
Salihundam is a historically noted village.It is a famous Buddhist Remnants site situated on the south bank of River Vamsadhara at a distance of 5 kilometres west of Kalingapatnam and 18 kilometres
Borobudur or Barabudur is a 9th-century Mahayana Buddhist Temple in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia, as well as the world's largest Buddhist temple, and also one of the greatest Buddhist monument
Deekshabhoomi is a sacred monument of Buddhism located where the architect of the Indian Constitution, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, converted to Buddhism with approximately 600,000 followers on Ashok Vij
Vishwa Shanti Stupa in Wardha district is a large stupa of white colour. Statues of Buddha are mounted on stupa in four directions. It also has a small Japanese Buddhist temple with a large park.
Bavikonda Buddhist Complex lies about 16 km from Visakhapatnam,on a hill about 130 metres above mean sea level. The term Bavikonda in Telugu means a hill of wells.
Built by the great emperor Asoka during 3rd Century BC, this is one of the best-preserved gateways (‘Toran' or Dwar’ in hindi) of the four you find in Sanchi Stupa.
Mankiala Stupa is a Gandhara era stupa built to memorialize the place where, according to legend, Buddha sacrificed some of his body parts to feed seven hungry tiger cubs.
Karumadikkuttan (Malayalam: കരുമാടിക്കുട്ടൻ) is the endearing name of a Buddha statue found in Karumady near Alappuzha. The name literally means boy from Karumady.