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The demarcation between residential and commercial properties on this road of Patna has become non existent.
Boring road is flagged by numerous commercial cum residential apartments.
Most of these have since been demolished but some have been converted to other uses.
The streets in the neighbourhood were laid in the mid-1980s and by the late 20th century Boring Road was the centre of the fashionable residential part of town.
One of the prime festivals celebrated in Patna, the town sees a large number of travelers come to the city to join in the worship.
The Patliputra Mahotsava is also a major festival, where one gets to see culture of Bihar and enjoy the folk dance and music.
From corporate offices to retail shops, restaurants and eateries, number of car showrooms (Hyundai, Maruti Suzuki and Honda) doctors and diagnostic clinics and much more it engulfs on both side.It ends at the end of A N College or the famous Pani Tanki.Almost 2 km in Length, Boring Road serves a number of colonies on left and right.The Holy Relic Casket that holds the sacred ashes of Lord Buddha and the Yakshani statue are the highlights of the museum.
The tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh was born in Patna in 1660 and the Har Mandir Takht was built at the place of his birth.
Boring Road (along with Frazer Road) is considered Patna's most upmarket shopping area.