During January, photos of two of these were uploaded along with the description to Wikimedia Commons.
Archaeological Museum, Bodhgaya
Bodh Gaya, associated with the Mahabodhi Temple Complex, is one of the main Buddhist pilgrimage sites. The museum located nearby opened in 1956 and houses several sculptures, artefacts and antiquities related to Buddhism and Hinduism from the 2nd century BC to 11th century CE, including some objects from the Mauryan, Gupta and Mughal periods.
Remains of the railings which once enclosed the Mahabodhi Temple
Established in 1917, the Nalanda Museum houses the artefacts found during the excavation of the Nalanda Mahavihara, considered to be the World’s first residential university. There are also a few objects found from the neighbouring villages and Rajgir. Around 350 artefacts are on display, and more than thirteen thousand are kept in reserve.