Muzaffarpur, Bihar

In the Tirhut region of the Indian state of Bihar, Muzaffarpur is a city that is part of the Muzaffarpur district. It serves as the administrative center for the Muzaffarpur Railway District, the Muzaffarpur District, and the Tirhut Division. In Bihar, it has the fourth-highest population.

Places to visit

  • GaribSthan Mandir : Baba Garibnath Temple, located in the city's center, is one of Muzaffarpur's major tourist attractions. The Baba GareebnathShivling of Lord Shiva resides in the temple. According to legend, the peepal tree where the current temple is located is where the Shivaling was first obtained. The man who cut down the tree was forced to establish the temple that now draws a lot of worshippers after he saw blood flowing out of the wood and revealing the Shivling. The holy month of Shravan sees a particularly high volume of visitors to Baba Gareebnath Temple.
  • Distance: GaribSthan Mandir is 1 kilometre away from Muzaffarpur

  • Khudiram Bose Memorial : In honor of the 18-year-old liberation fighter Khudiram Bose, the Khudiram Bose Memorial was built. In 1908, Bose and PrafoolChaki were both put to death for tossing a bomb at Kingsford, who was serving as the British session judge of Muzaffarpur at the time. Numerous people come to this historic place because they find the tale of the young soldier who was led to martyrdom while grinning to be fascinating.
  • Distance: Khudiram Bose Memorialis 1.9kilometres away from Muzaffarpur

  • RamchandraShahi Museum : Every history enthusiast should visit the RamchandraShahi Museum. The museum, which is located close to Jubba Sahni Park, was built in 1979 and houses display of ornate statues, antiquities, and ancient tools such the Manasa Nag and Ashtadikpal. Each article draws readers in a different way.
  • Distance: RamchandraShahi Museum is 1.3 kilometres away from Muzaffarpur

  • Devi Mandir : The Devi Mandir, a temple dedicated to Goddess Durga, is located in Muzaffarpur, Bihar. One of the 51 Shaktipeeth, large temples and modest shrines devoted to Goddess Shakti in all her manifestations, is the temple. Maa Raj Rajeshwari Mandir, the name of the temple, refers to the image of Durga with 18 hands.The peak tourist season for this temple is Navratri/Durga Puja, which typically falls in October or November. It is a widely held belief that one's desires and wishes will come true if they come to Muzaffarpur and worship the goddess. There isn't a cost to enter. The temple is open every day from 4:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.
  • Distance: Devi Mandir is 1kilometres away from Muzaffarpur

How to Reach

  • By way of routine flights, Muzaffarpur is not well connected to other significant cities in the nation. The closest airport is located 66 kilometers away in Patna. Regular trains to Muzaffarpur are easily accessible from other significant cities around the nation.

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