Buddha Stupas are among the significant attractions of Vaishali
. It is believed that they were erected to commemorate the second great Buddhist council, which held a hundred years after the Mahaparinirvana of the Buddha
Buddha Stupa 1, with a plain surface, contained the relics of Buddha. It is in a dilapidated state now.
Buddha Stupa 2, popularly referred to as Kutaga shala Vihara, is three kilometers from the town. The excavations made here revealed remains of a monastery with an open courtyard and a verandah. There is a large tank to the south of this stupa.