Located about 30 kilometres away from Nalbari, Buddhist Temple has been established by few Nepali heritage people about 60 years ago. It is Bangnabari village and is also popularly known as Sangdo Palgi Gumba. It houses one of the biggest Gumbas in Nalbari District and was built by Chhatra Singh in the year 1965.
The Buddhist Temple is popularly visited during the Buddha Jayanti, Dhol Purnima and Buddha Purnima. Many devotees from across the country come to visit this temple and enjoy the fair which is held during the festival of Buddha Jayanti.
To reach Buddhist Temple from Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU), you can get plenty of taxis. You can also reach Buddhist Temple from Paltan Bazaar Railway Station that is connected to Guwahati, Kolkata and Delhi. From Guwahati, you can avail for several state-run and private buses to take you to Buddhist Temple in Nalbari.
To visit Buddhist Temple, you can opt for the winter season as you are assured to get pleasant weather then.
The months of October to February happens to be the appropriate months to visit this temple. With hot summers and soggy monsoons, winters seems the only time of the year when it is quite cold and dry which helps you to have a memorable trip.