Madhubani, Bihar

Madhubani is a city municipal corporation and the administrative center for the Madhubani district. Madhubani is the capital of the Indian state of Bihar. It is part of the Darbhanga Division. It's around 26 kilometers northeast of Darbhanga. As a result, the Madhuban Raj was established in Madhubani.

Places to visit

  • Kapileshwar Sthan : The Kapileshwar temple, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, is located in the little village of Kapileshwar Sthan, which is 9 kilometers from Madhubani. Mondays at the temple are very popular, especially during the month of Shravan. Mahashivratri is celebrated with much pomp and ceremony, and the temple holds a sizable fair in which the entire town partakes.
  • Distance: Kapileshwar Sthan is 11 kilometres away from Madhubani

  • Saurath : Saurath, a little wayside village between Madhubani and Jaynagar, is well-known for their Somnath Mahadev temple. All of the Maithili Brahmins from the adjacent villages gather here each year for the annual sabha to discuss and negotiate marriage proposals that result in nuptials. This is one of the main explanations behind the temple's fame.
  • Distance: Saurath is 7 kilometres away from Madhubani

  • Nagar Fort / Naulakha Palace: The Naulakha Palace, also known as Nagar Fort, was constructed by Maharaja Shri Rameshwar Singh. The fort was significantly damaged by the significant earthquake that struck in 1934. After that, this building—which had once served as the royal family's residence—became a Khandahar, or relic of the past. After then, the fort was reconstructed. A Durga Bhawan and a Kali shrine can be found in the region surrounding the fort. A pond and a tower with seven storeys are located in the center of the Naulakha Palace. In addition, to the west of the Durga Bhawan is a structure with three courtyards.
  • Distance: Nagar Fort is 13 kilometres away from Madhubani

  • Uchaitha : Uchaitha is another village, rich in mythology. The Bhagwati temple, located in the Benipatti Block, is well-known for its devotion to Goddess Durga. This temple can be seen near the Thumne River. According to local legend, the legendary poet Kalidasa, noted for his works in Sanskrit, obtained the blessings of Goddess Durga at this particular location. This was due to the goddess being delighted with the poet and dramatist's dedication, abilities, and genius. The poet's library, or pathshala, is next to the temple. The Indo-Aryan style of the temple's building will impress fans of period architecture.
  • Distance: Uchaitha is 25 kilometres away from Madhubani

How to Reach

  • Madhubani is not well connected by regular flights to the rest of the country's major cities. The nearest airport is 42 kilometers away, in Jumla. There are no frequent trains from other major cities in the country to Madhubani. Muzaffarpur, which is 74 kilometers away, has the nearest railway station.

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