Raja Vishal Ka Garh, Vaishali
Believed to be the mother of Democracy, Vaishali Garh was once the parliament house of Licchavi’s where more than seven thousand representatives of the federal assembly gathered to legislate and discuss the problems of the day.
To the north of Vaishali, an ancient city in the state of Bihar, India, is located a huge mound of 6 ft x 10 ft high, known as Raja Vishal Ka Garh. Maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the Raja Vishal Ka Garh is as a protected monument.
This huge platform has a circumference of one km and walls that are 2 ms high with 43 m wide moat, which is said to have been the parliament of King Vishal.