Munger city is associated with natural beauty on the banks ofriverGanges. The presence of divine ghats in the proximity of the city adds to the enchanting scene. It is located 180 km east of the capital of Patna and 60 km west of Bhagalpur, the oldest and fourth largest city of Munger. Munger is known for the ancient "seat of governance" and is home to the famous "Bihar School of Yoga", an education center famous in the field of yoga. The fort of Munger on the outskirts of the city is built on rocky hills. It is situated on thesouthern bankof the Ganges.
The famous Chandika AsthanaTemplehas the distinction of being one of the 64 Shakti Peethas. BhimbandhWildlifeSanctuary is spread over 682 square kilometers in the Kharagpur hill range southwest of Munger district with dense forests and beautiful water springs. It is famous for hot water streams and attractive places. Kastaharni Ghat literally means a place of bath which removes all the pain and assures the travelers a beautiful view of sunrise and sunset. The Sita Kund Hot Springs is a spiritually important place just four miles east of the city of Munger.
Near the Kharagpur area in Munger is the small temple of Shiva, Ukareshwar Nath Temple. The famous Gurudwara at Piparpanti near Munger is an excellent place for Sikhism believers. Goenka Pagoda is a beautiful temple chain with unique structure in Munger. One of the famous Christian missions of India in the year 1860 named Baptist Mission is located in the city of Munger. Located only three miles from the Pirpahad hills to see, are places that explore peace and prosperity in the region. Passing through the narrow ghats in the hills, it is worth visiting the lake area.
Why Go To Munger
dense forests , beautiful water jharno , divine ghats |