Behea, also known as Bihiya, is a nagar panchayat town and block in the Indian state of Bihar. Hardiya, Mathiya, Tipura, and a number of other small towns are nearby. Behea has a population of 25,000 in 2011. It is roughly 60 kilometers from the state capital Patna.

Places to visit

  • Hajipur : Hajipur is one of the cities in India that has seamlessly blended the past and the current over the years. Hajipur, despite its scarcity and dispersion, keeps reappearing in the pages of Indian history, whether during the reign of Lord Buddha, the dominion of Islam, or the British era. The district of Vaishali, of which Hajipur is the headquarters and main city, is famous for being the area where Lord Gautama Buddha chose his final resting place—Nirvana after bodily death.
  • Distance: Hajipur is 47 kilometres away from Behea

  • Mundeshwari Temple : Mundeshwari temple dedicated to the everlasting couple of Shiva and Parvati. It is one of India's earliest temples, possibly dating back to 625 CE. The temple's building is made of stone and has an unusual octagonal design. The primary deities of the temple are Devi Mundeshwari and the four-faced Shiva linga. It also houses murtis of Ganesha, Surya, and Vishnu. It has been an official subject of archaeological investigation for some time now, with certain inscriptions dating back to 635 CE.
  • Distance: Mundeshwari Temple is 83 kilometres away from Behea

  • Patna: Patna, which thrives along the Ganges' southern banks and is placed against a spectacular historical backdrop, has a dominant presence in history and is one of the world's oldest cities. This Bihar capital city is not only one of the most important and popular tourist attractions in India, but it also has considerable religious and spiritual significance as a gateway to pilgrimage sites for Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists.
  • Distance: Patna is 27 kilometres away from Behea

How to Reach

  • By air there are no nonstop flights available. Patna Airport is the closest. Via train, Arrah, the district headquarters, has excellent rail connections to the rest of the country's major towns. More than 150 trains pass through Ara Junction each day (ARA). Aside from Ara, other notable railway stations in the area include Bihiya. By bus District Offices Arrah is well-connected by road. This district's cities with road access to major towns and remote villages include Arrah, Jagdispur, Piro, and Behea. Arrah is around 53 kilometers by car from Behea (the state capital of Bihar). Regular buses run to Arrah from other main cities in the state.

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