There are many tourist spot in Rangamati. Rajban Bihar Pagoda is one of them. It is a very good place especially for the Buddhist. It look like as a golden temple.It scenery is wonderful and attract everybody. Rajban Vihara called the spiritualist principal monk.Anybody choose lives here.
An internationally known Buddhist Temple, where the spiritualist principal monk of Rajban Vihara, Shrimath Sadhana Nanda Mohasthabir (Ban Vante) lives. Rajban Bihar Pagoda located in Rangamati. It is a most beautiful place of Rangamati. It is a very ideal place especially for the Buddhist. Rajbana Bihar is 1 km away from Moitri Bihar and situated at Rangamati municipality. Rajban Bihar was built in 1974 over an area of 13.5 hectors. It is One of the lovely Buddhist temple in Bangladesh.
The Buddhist temple is located in Rangamati district. From the main bus terminal of Rangamati it is just a few km away and one of the most well-known tourist attraction of Rangamati-Bangladesh. Tourist can hire a boat or an auto- rickshaw to visit the temple. 70 to 50 monks reside here regularly. Tourist must have to enter that place with bare feet to respect their tradition. In Rajban Bihar, there are many monkey stay around the Place. You can give them some food or nuts. There is a 7 stored building and wit a name each floor they called it ‘Seven Haven’.
Inside the Bihr there are there are four Temple, Topoghar, Chainghar, Rest room and a Medical Center. .There is many monkey stay around the Place.
You can give them some food/nuts. There is a 7 stored building and wit a name each floor represents a paradise. This is a beautiful tourist spot of Rangamati. So you are welcome to visit this beautiful Buddhist temple. A memento of architecture can be seen with the buildings in the Rajbana Vihara complex. The main Upasanalaya Vihara is constructed in tune with the Burmese architecture.
On its left, there is a one-room building named ‘Ven. Banabhante’s Dining Room.’ Close to its left, there stands the two-storied residence building that also accommodates the computer room. Still on the north, keeping an entrance gate in between, there is the two-storied building- the residence of Ven.
Banabhante and the monks at his service. Close to its left, a new residence for Ven. Banabhante has recently been constructed. Closed by is the long shed for ‘chankaramana’ (Walking Meditation) once used by Ven. Banabhante. On the east of the Main Upasanalaya, the other side of the lawn, there stands the large ‘Deshanalaya’– the mass gathering hall meant for hearing doctrinal discourse and also for holding mass prayers.
Close to the right of the Upasanalaya, there is a small building that wears Thai architectural look; it houses the life-size-metallic image of Ven. Banabhante including his belongings once used in earlier days. On its boundary railings are the images of monkeys in the postures of (a) closing eyes by hands, (b) closing ears by hands, and (c) putting fingers across the lips–symbolizing the Buddha’s advice on being unperturbed.
In front of this mini museum, are kept the two wheel-shaped stones, which were collected from Jurachari Upazila at the imperative of Ven. Banabhante in 1984.