Kutagarshala Vihara is arranged at 3 km from the primary town of Vaishali in Bihar. It was worked by Licchavis for Sakhamuni and is likewise alluded to as Buddha Stupa II. The premises of this vihara incorporate stays of an antiquated religious community alongside an open patio and a verandah.
There is additionally a story appended to this place where a monkey took the bowl of Lord's contributions and climbed a tree to fill it with nectar. At that point it offered that bowl to Lord Buddha which he acknowledged. Out of euphoria the monkey jumped from tree to tree and fell on the stump of one of the trees that existed in a similar place where right now this vihara exists.