Here is your short paragraph on Nalanda:
Nalanda of Bihar was a celebrated seat of learning during the reign of Gupta dynasty (7th century), where thousands received education on the Mahayana doctrine of Buddhism. Hieun Tsang, the famous Chinese traveller, also received his education here.
This is a very important centre for Buddhist travellers that is situated in Bihar, 90 km South of Patna. Both Buddha and Mahavira had visited this place which was once one of the oldest Universities of the world that reached its zenith between 5th and 12 century A.D.
It has nine million books in its holdings with ten thousands students and two thousand teachers. Here emperor Ashoka built a vihar and emperor Harshvardhan donated a 26 mts. high copper image of Lord Buddha.