Benipur Assembly Constituency is an assembly constituency in Bihar's Darbhanga district. Its 30 kilometers east of Darbhanga. Mahinam, Balha, Benipur, Karhari, Nandapatti, Phohddi, and Ashapur are nearby villages.

Places to visit

  • Glass-Floor Bridge : The Glass-Floor Bridge, a large skywalk with a translucent floor, is one of the most fascinating architectural marvels on the horizon in Bihar. The bridge will be approximately 85 feet long and 6 feet broad. The bridge is being built among five scenic hills in Bihar's Rajgir district.Up to 40 people can be accommodated on the bridge at the same time, allowing them to see the surrounding natural beauty through the transparent glass floor and open spaces on the bridge. Other activities in the area around the bridge include ziplining, natural park safaris, picnics, and much more.
  • Distance: Glass-Floor Bridge is 83 kilometers away from Benipur

  • Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary : Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary is well-known for providing a safe haven and resting spot for a variety of magnificent domestic and migratory birds. It covers around 67.5 square kilometers. Some of the birds seen in this area are critically endangered, such as the Oriental White-backed Vulture and Long-billed Vulture; many others are near-threatened, such as the Darter Anhinga, Painted Stork, and Black-bellied Tern; and a few are vulnerable, such as the Greater Spotted Eagle, Greater Adjutant, Lesser Kestrel, and Sarus Crane. During the winter season, migratory birds from Central Asia, notably Siberia and the Himalayan region, travel a considerable distance to Kabar Lake. Furthermore, the presence of a variety of aquatic plants makes this location considerably more lovely during the spring and winter seasons. Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary is the ideal site to visit in Begusarai for nature enthusiasts and bird watchers.
  • Distance: Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary is 46 away from Benipur

  • Jain Temple in Lachhuar: The majestic Jain Temple in Lachhuar, which was built in 1874, is thought to be the doorway to Kshatriya Kund Gram, the birthplace of Lord Mahavira. This temple is a large dharmashala (rest house) built for Jain pilgrims centuries ago.This dharmashala has a total of 65 apartments as well as a shrine dedicated to Lord Mahavira. The Lord Mahavira statue at this temple weights over 250 kg and dates back over 2,600 years.Visitors can join regular treks to Kund from the temple. During your trip through the Lacchuar Valley, you will come across statues of Lord Mahavira that date back to Samvat 1505.
  • Distance: Jain Temple in Lachhuar is 25 kilometres away from Benipur

How to Reach

  • By Rail : Benipur has no railway station within a 10-kilometer radius.The rail way stations accessible from adjacent towns are Darbhanga Junction Rail Way Station (near Darbhanga) and Shisho Halt Rail Way Station (near Darbhanga).
  • By Road : Darbhanga is one of the towns around Benipur with road connectivity to the city.

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