As the name suggests, this temple was built as a dedication to Lord Vishnu and features a 40 cm long footprint of Lord Vishnu that is enclosed by a basin made of silver plates. This footprint marks the act of Lord Vishnu subduing Gayasur by placing his feet on Gayasur's chest. Within the courtyard, there are other temples situated as well. One is dedicated to Lord Narasimha and another to Lord Shiva in the form of Phalgwisvara. This temple serves as a very significant place of worship for Hindus and is located in Gaya. While touring in Gaya the most attractive destination is Vishnupad Mandir Gaya. This temple is one of most attractive parts of Bihar. A large number of devotees come here every day to offer prayer and seek blessings. Vishnupad Mandir Gaya is located in Gaya which is 100 km away from Patna, the capital of Bihar.