Muzaffarpur in Tirhut region of Bihar is known as Lychee Kingdom. Because more than 300,000 tonnes of litchi are produced here annually. The city is home to many temples, and the most prominenttemplesare Baba Garibnath Temple, Shri Ram Temple, Kali Mata Temple, Chaturbhuj Charan Temple, Simri MaiTempleand Tripura Sundari Temple of Ramra. Rajkhand is located about an hour away from Muzaffarpur. Which is the home of an old temple of Bhairav Nath.
A large cattle fair is organized every year. Shri Ram temple is considered one of the other Navaratri temples in Sahu Pokhar area of this city. The third largest Shivalinga present in India can be found in the temple inside the Mahadev shrine. Rajkhand is a small village and the distance between the Aurai block headquarters is only 5 kilometers. During the occasion of Maha Shivaratri, a baroque cattle fair is organized here. Hathilwa-Math, Radha-Krishna Temple, Badi Masjid and Ramna Gurdwara at Company Bagh are some of the popular tourist spots which can be visited by visitors.
In 1932, Kali Mata Temple of Sikanderpur was constructed. It is situated on the southern bank of the Gandak River. In 1979, the construction of Ram ChandraMuseumis located within the grounds of Jubba Sahni Park. The museum exhibits an assortment of unusual postage stamps, relics and various other art objects. The Simri Mai temple of the police line is located near the Engineering College located in Avas Nagar. The temple has been constructed in the name of Goddess Bhagwati.
Why Go To Muzaffarpur
Litchi production, Mandiro |
Best time to visit Muzaffarpur
The best time to visit Muzaffarpur is during its winter season, which spreads from December to February.