Aside from the mainstay of peace and the Ashoka Pillar, there are two more well known Buddha Stupas in the town of Vaishali. The primary Buddha Stupa contains one eighth of the holy slag of Lord Buddha in a stone coffin. Be that as it may, its outsides have a plain surface and are in a weather beaten condition. The second Buddha Stupa was found in the unearthing held in the year 1958. This stupa likewise houses a coffin containing fiery debris of Buddha.
There are two Stupas, Stupa 1 and Stupa 2 which are named based on their disclosure and exhuming. Them two have the fiery remains of Lord Buddha which were partitioned into eight sections saved in stone coffins. Both the Stupas are currently in a feeble condition, in any case, still have an incredible adoration in Buddhism.