AGAM KUAN-PATNA 2536::8508’
Continent - Asia
State - Bihar
Distance from national capital
Delhi - 1000km
Distance from state capital
Pin code - 800001
Std code - 0612
Approach- Being located at State capital
ad, rail and air by other important cities of
Language – Hindi , Magahi , Bhojpuri Partialy, English in literate society , Bengali and urdu also partly.
Stay- High , Middle and low class hotel, Rest House, Lodge , Dakbunglow , Dharamsala, etc. are available on moderate and affordable rent.
Food- Hindustani Bihari, Rice , pols litti-chokha, Dosa Idli
alongwith fast food, Veg and non veg both types of food are available.
Drinking – Sweet Drinking water is available in plenty.
Local Transport- Tourist Bus, Auto, Rickshaw, Tamtam, Town Bus service etc.
ABOUT THE SITE- The site as mention is a Dug Well , which is more than 20ft in diamts. With indefinite depth.
There is local say that the Great King Ashoka dipped and dropped the bodies of his 99 captives or his brothers. In the same courtyard is Shitla Mandir, where deity Durga is worshipped in form of seven sisters. Mentally sick persons are also cured here by Ojhas and Jogi and ghosts freed from their body are packed in glass jars of requisite size and shape and dropped and placed in Agam Kuan.
Attached Site- Shitla Mandir is attached religious site.
Nearest River Site – The Ganga Flows above 3 km north of this sight.
Nearest Next Site –
(1) Kumhrar - Excavation site of fort of Emperor Ashoka is about 2 kms west of Agam Kuan
(2) Jinnati Masjid.