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Famous Cities in Bihar

Darbhanga

Darbhanga is 2nd sub metropolitan city of north Bihar and municipal corporation in Bihar, India. It is the headquarters of Darbhanga district and Darbhanga division. Darbhanga is 5th largest city of Bihar and rapidly developing. Darbhanga is also the second biggest medical hub of Bihar and will have a software technology park soon.

Arrah

Arrah is a city and a municipal corporation in Bhojpur district in the state of Bihar, India. Climate is characterised by relatively high temperatures and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year.

Bhabua

Bhabua is a city and a municipality in Kaimur district in the state of Bihar, India. It is the headquarters of Kaimur district. It is all set to be declared as the world's first green City.

Bhagalpur

Bhagalpur is a city of historical importance on the southern banks of the river Ganges in the Indian state of Bihar. The river is home to the Gangetic dolphin, the National Aquatic Animal of India, and the Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary is established near the town.

Bihar Sharif

Bihar Sharif is the seventh largest city in the northern Indian state of Bihar and the district headquarters of Nalanda district. The city is a hub of education and trade in south Bihar and the economy centers around agriculture, while also including tourism and household manufacturing.

Buxar

Buxar is a city in the state of Bihar in the eastern part of India bordering eastern Uttar Pradesh. It is the headquarters of Buxar District. The Battle of Buxar and Battle of Chausa were fought in the vicinity.

Hajipur

Hajipur is the largest city and headquarters of Vaishali district of Tirhut Division in Indian state of Bihar. The city is known for producing bananas. Patna, the capital of Bihar is only 10 km from Hajipur. Mahatma Gandhi Setu, one of the longest bridges in the world, links it to Patna.

Jamalpur

Jamalpur is a city in the Indian state of Bihar. It is situated 9 km from Munger city center. Jamlalpur is a part of Munger-Jamalpur twin cities. The name Jamalpur literally means Jamal (beautiful) pur (town).

Katihar

Katihar is a city situated in the eastern part of the state of Bihar in India. It is the regional headquarter of Katihar district. It is one of the larger cities of Bihar & is known all over East India for its highly strategic railway junction.

Muzaffarpur

Muzaffarpur is a sub metropolitan city located in Muzaffarpur district in the Tirhut region of Bihar. Muzaffarpur is famous for Shahi lychees and is known as the Lychee Kingdom. It is situated on the banks of the perennial Burhi Gandak River, which flows from the Someshwar Hills of Himalayas.

Paharpur

Paharpur is a census town in Gaya district in the Indian state of Bihar.

Sonpur

Sonpur is a town in the Indian state of Bihar, situated on the banks of the River Gandak in Saran district in the Indian state of Bihar. It hosts one of the world's largest Animal Fair which starts on Kartik Poornima.

Gaya

Gaya is a city of ancient historical and mythological significance. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Bihar. The city is the 2nd largest city of Bihar, and is also the headquarters of Gaya district and Magadh division. Situated on the banks of the Phalgu River, it is a place sanctified by the Jain, Hindu, Islam and Buddhist religions.

Aurangabad

Aurangabad is a town and the district headquarters of Aurangabad District, one of the 38 districts of Bihar state, India. The district is home to myriad tourist attractions. Temples, historical places and Islamic pilgrimage centers are located in the district while excellent connectivity via road and efficient means of local transport have boosted tourism.

Bettiah

Bettiah is a city hosting administrative headquarters of the West Champaran district, near Indo-Nepal border, 225 kilometres north-west of Patna, in Bihar. The climate of Bettiah is characterized by high temperatures and high precipitation specially during the monsoon season.

Chhapra

Chhapra is a city and headquarters of the Saran district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is situated near the junction of the Ghaghara River and the Ganges River. There is a well known shakti peeth temple in Chhapra named Ambika Bhavani.

Forbesganj

Forbesganj is both a town and a municipality in the Araria District in the state of Bihar, India, situated at the border of Nepal and India. This small city has hot and wet summers and cold and dry winters. During rainy season it receives plenty of rainfall.

Madhubani

Madhubani is a town and a municipality in Madhubani district in the Indian state of Bihar. Madhubani is the cultural heart of Mithilanchal, being the birthplace of many literary people and home to Madhubani Paintings. It is said to be that Madhubani is the worlds second city who adopted democracy.

Maner

Maner is a city and a notified area in Patna district in the Indian state of Bihar.

Motihari

Motihari is the headquarters of East Champaran district in the Indian state of Bihar. Climate is characterized by high temperatures and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year.

Phulwari Sharif

Phulwari Sharif is a notified area in Patna in the Indian state of Bihar. The current metro plan of Patna has one route in Phulwari Sharif. The civilization of the city dates back to the days of inception of the Sufi culture in India. Phulwari Sharif had been frequented by most Sufi saints of that period.

Rajgir

Rajgir is a city and a notified area in Nalanda district in the Indian state of Bihar. The city of Rajgir was the first capital of the kingdom of Magadha, a state that would eventually evolve into the Mauryan Empire. This area is also notable in Jainism and Buddhism as one of the favorite places for Lord Mahavira and Gautama Buddha.

Raxaul

Raxaul is a sub-divisional town in the East Champaran district of the Indian state of Bihar. It is situated on the India-Nepal border opposite Birgunj Nepal, and is an entry point in Nepal by road and rail. Raxaul is a major railway terminus.

Patna

Patna is the capital of Bihar, and the second largest metropolis in eastern India. Fluxed by the three sacred rivers Ganga, Sone and the Poonpun, the journey of Patna through the ages can quite be an object of envy for any place brooding over its life-chronicle. The city tweets of a glorious past and perches on the briskness of a bustling and an up-and-coming metropolis.

Bagaha

Bagaha is a city and a municipality in Pashchim Champaran district in the state of Bihar, India. It is Subdivision of Pashchim Champaran district and is Police District.

Begusarai

Begusarai town is the administrative headquarters of Begusarai district, which is one of the thirty eight districts of Bihar state, India. The district lies on the northern bank of river Ganga.

Danapur

Danapur is a satellite town of Patna in Bihar state of India. It is part of the Patna Metropolitan Region. Danapur is also a shelter and hatchery for the migrating Siberian cranes, locally called Janhgil. It is located on the bank of the River Sone which merges with River Ganges at Digha a few kilometers from Danapur.

Dehri

Dehri, also known as Dehri on Sone, is city and a municipality in Rohtas district in the state of Bihar, India. The Longest Railway bridge in India lengths 3.065 km over Sone River which links Sone Nagar and Dehri popularly known as Sone Bridge.

Munger

Munger is a twin city and a Municipal Corporation situated in the Indian state of Bihar. It is the fifth largest city of Bihar and second largest city in Eastern Bihar. Historically, Munger is known for being an ancient seat of rule. The twin city comprises Munger and Jamalpur situated on the southern bank of the river Ganges.

Saharsa

Saharsa is a city and a municipality in the Saharsa district in the Indian state of Bihar in the north of the country, east of the Kosi River. Saharsa was part of Mithila and the history can be traced back to Raja Janak.

Samastipur

Samastipur is a town and a municipality in Bihar, India. It is the headquarters of Samastipur district. The Burhi Gandak River flows through the town. Samastipur was once famous for Sugar factories, jute mills and an old railway factory at samastipur railway station.

Sasaram

Sasaram is famous for production of stone chips, and for quarrying industry. The fort of Sher Shah Suri at Rohtasgarh is in Sasaram. There are several monuments near Sasaram, the headquarter of Rohtas district. Sasaram is well connected both by road and railway.

Sitamarhi

Sitamarhi is a town and the district headquarters of Sitamarhi district, Mithila, India. It is also know as the birthplace of goddess Sita. Sama Chakeva is a prominent winter festival dedicated to celebrate brother sister relationship.

Vaishali

Vaishali was a city in Bihar, India, and is now an archeological site. It contains one of the best-preserved of the Pillars of Ashoka, topped by a single Asiatic lion. At the time of the Buddha, Vaisali, which he visited on many occasions, was a very large city, rich and prosperous, crowded with people and with abundant food.





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