Shravasti, Parrisavatti, is an ancient Indian city, near the Rapti River in northeastern Uttar Pradesh. During the Buddhist era, Shravasti was the capital of Kosla and was important to both its prosperous commercial center and its religious groups. It was closely related to Buddha's life and later important figures in Buddhist history. His main religious place was Jetavana, which was built in the garden outside the city walls and was given to the Buddha by the wealthy banker Anata Pindaka.
The town is equated with two villages, Sajes and Mahes, northwest of Barrampuru. Today it is surrounded by a large wall of soil and brick.
It has an area of 1640km2.
Shravasti has a total of three subdistricts.
There are 2585 villages in this area.
There are a total of 8 blocks in this area.
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