The plinth of Temple 2, which was once a huge, imposing structure.
Carved stone panels of deities and figures, belonging to the late 7th century, that once adorned the plinth of Temple 2.
One of the minor shrines in the Temple 3 complex.
Monastery 1, the largest of the monastic dwellings at the site, went through at least nine phases of construction.
The remains of Monasteries 1A and 1B in the background, which are connected to the Temple 3 complex (in the foreground).
Monastery 6. These ruins give one a rough idea of the arrangement of monk cells around a central courtyard.
The gallery leading to the excavated-enclosed site.
Miniature shrines and votive stupas in the Temple 12 complex.
The remains of the stucco images that once adorned the base of the structures in the Temple 3 complex.
The Nalanda Museum, which was established in 1917.
A pushkarni, one of the waterbodies lying outside the excavated-enclosed site.
The famous black Buddha, now enshrined at a temple in Bargaon, is popularly known as the Teliya Baba.
Temple 12. It comes across as the largest and most complex of the temples in the enclosed area.
The Xuanxang Memorial Hall, which also houses a museum.
The new art and craft centre village that lies close to the Xuanzang Memorial Hall.