The next emerging city of Bihar, it is surrounded by the districts of Purnia, Sahebganj, West Bhagalpur andWest Bengalin the plains of north eastern part of Bihar. The future of agriculture based Katihar - rice, maize, banana and pulses are some of the major products here. As the center of the Utkarsh Jute Meet, it shaped the characteristics of the city and the lives of the local people to a great extent. The production business of Edible Makhana attracts the attention of local people. The cloth of this place is famous for its colorful cotton saris, and they continue to supply to neighboring and border countries of Bangladesh and Nepal. Earlier this city was once famous for jute mills.
Agriculture and farming are the main occupation of the people living here. It is surrounded by mountains, rivers and lakes, making it a beautiful tourist destination. The TMAA Federation of Martial Arts in Katihar is a place to learn the art of karate. This place is very popular among the visiting tourists. From where people come to learn karate for self defense. And tourists like to know and learn how to teach the techniques of karate. GorakhnathTempleis a famous religious site, a large number of devotees visit this temple. And Mahashivaratrifestivalis also celebrated with pomp. Maharishi Mehi Das Temple is very popular among devotees and people living nearby.
Provides maximum peace to devotees and visitors amidst a peaceful environment. Like Badi Durga Temple, Kali Temple is another popular tourist destination, a large number of devotees throng during festivals like Diwali and Durgashtami and are celebrated with great enthusiasm. This special temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. Who is considered to be an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The big Durga temple here which is dedicated to Goddess Durga is very popular not only among the devotees of the city but also in the surrounding surroundings, religious places among the devotees in the cities and villages. Thebest time to visitKatihar is during the winter months (January - February).
Where to stay
There are a sufficient number of hotels in this city for those who want to stay and visit. Whose list is given as follows.
Military rest house
Why Go To Katihar
'Makhana, produced, cloth, its colourful cotton sarees, hills, rivers and lakes |
Best time to visit Katihar
The best time to visit Katihar is during winter (the month of January-February).