Muzaffarpur is a city located in Muzaffarpur district in the Tirhut region of Bihar. Known as the 'Land of the Leechi', the city's history can traced back a very long way through the ancient Indian epic Ramayan, which still bears a significant role in Indian civilization. The significance of Muzaffarpur in Indian civilisation arises out of its position on the frontier line between prominent spiritual influences, and it is a meeting place of Hindu and Islamic culture and thoughts.

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Ambara Chowk, Muzaffarpur
40 kms from Muzaffarpur city limits

Ambara Chowk is situated about 40 kms from Muzaffarpur, in the Saraiya Block on the Muzaffarpur - Rewa road.

It is believed to be the home village of Amrapali, the famous courtesan of Vaishali who was known for her beauty. Ambara Chowk is of historic importance for Buddhists and is one of the must visit places in Muzaffarpur especially for Buddhists, because it is very close to Vaishali where Lord Buddha attained Moksha. ...

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Chaturbhuj Sthan Temple, situated within city limits of Muzaffarpur, is famous for its spirituality and faith. The idol of "Lord Chaturbhuj" is believed to have been discovered in the year 1303 in a village called "Turki".

There was a saint who was a great worshipper of Lord Shiva and was also responsible for establishing a "Shivling" at the present Muzaffarpur (which was a village at that time). The saint brought the idol, all the way from Turki to Muzaffarpur, on foot and this was a great reflection of his faith and worship. "Lord Chaturbhuj" was established beside "Lord Shiva" und...

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Garibnath Temple, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Garibnath temple is one of the major attractions of Muzaffarpur city. It is located within the city limits of Muzaffarpur.

Baba Garibnath Temple situated in the center of the Muzaffarpur town is undoubtedly one of the most famous "Lord Shiva" temples in the city. It is believed by the locals that the Shivling was found within a tree. A temple was then constructed on the stop, with the newly discovered shivling right at the center.

Baba Garibnath Temple is famous for granting the fulfillment of the wishes of its devotees. It is also called second "Baidhnath". Devotees brin...

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Jubba Sahni Park
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Jubba Sahni Park is located at Muzaffarpur within the city centre. This park was constructed by Hemchandra Shironi in Mithanpura Colony. It was named after freedom fighter Jubba Sahni.

It is one of the best places to visit in Muzaffarpur especially with kids and family. The park has many toy equipment that effectively keep the kids delighted. Engulfed in lush greenery, the park is beautified by the well-manicured garden. The flower beds are a treat to the eye. Visitors can spend time by sitting and walking in this magnificent beautiful and peaceful place. The famous Grand Mall is ne...

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Kali Mata Temple, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Kali Mata temple is a very popular Hindu temple of Muzaffarpur. It is located around 3km away from the Muzaffarpur city centre.

Kali temple is an icon of faith, worship and belief on Ma Kali. It is situated on the south coast of "Gandak" river. The temple in the year of 1932 by Darbhanga Maharaja Kamlesh Singh. Devotees come in masses to worship Ma. During navratri the temple was full from a large crowd or group of people. The Kaali Temple is famous for its wonderful architecture and Bengali community. One can visit the place and offer prayers.

The Kali Mata temple can be...

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Katra Garh, Muzaffarpur
35 kms from Muzaffarpur city limits

Katra Garh is situated nearly 35 kms northeast of Muzaffarpur. It was one of the states of the Mughal Empire during the reign of Akbar. Then, it was named as Akbarpur. Several idols, ornaments, earthen potsand other articles of historical importance have been found here in course of various excavations.

Agriculture is the main profession of this village. Tourists who have an urge to spend their tour in a peaceful and calm small town , visit this place and enjpoy its serenity. ...

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Khudi Ram Memorial, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Khudi Ram Bose memorial tablet has been raised in the memory of Khudi Ram Bose, an Indian Bengali revolutionary and Prafool Chaki who was executed at Muzaffarpur Jail in the year 1908 on the charge of throwing a bomb on Kingsford, the then British District and Sessions Judge of Muzaffarpur.

The memorial tablet is situated opposite to the present residence of the District and Sessions Judge. The street where the alleged bomb was tossed is known as the 'Prafool Chaki Marg' before the Red Cross Building. This historic spot attracts different visitors who often think about the escaped pr...

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Litchi Gardens, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Litchi gardens are one of the most popular places of Muzaffarpur. It is located within the city limits of Muzaffarpur.

Litchi gardens is the place which is famous in the state for the litchi. In this garden more than dozens of varieties and litchi trees can be seen. The garden provides an enchanting view of lash greenery. You were surrounded by trees and a peaceful natural environment. Visitors can visit the garden during the Litchi harvest time - in month of July and August to get fresh and sweet lychees.

One can visit the garden any time in the year but the months betwe...

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Rajkhand Village
42 kms from Muzaffarpur city limits

Raj Khand village is located in Aurai Tehsil of Muzaffarpur district in Bihar about 42 kms away from district headquarter Muzaffarpur.

The total geographical area of Rajkhand village is about 1156 hectares. It has a total population of apx 19,296 peoples. This Place is in the border of the Muzaffarpur District and Sitamarhi District. Sitamarhi District Bokhra is East towards this place. Maithili is the Spoken Local Language here. Two things that Rajkhand village is famous for are Litchis and Tobacco.

The road connectivity is not up to the mark, so it is better to hire own v...

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Ramchandra Shahi Museum, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

The Ram Chandra Shahi Museum, constructed in 1979, is located within the premises of the Jubba Sahni Park within city centre.

The Ram Chandra Shahi Museum has a wide collection of rare postage stamps, artifacts and various art-objects. The museum possesses a very good collection including artifacts and numerous art-objects of varied nature. The museum is famous for its rich collection of rare postage stamps. It is not a very big museum but it is a worth watch place.

The Museum remains open whole year on 6 days a week from Monday to Saturday. It remains closed on Sunday. T...

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Ramna Devi Mandir, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Ramna Devi temple is one of the most popular temples in Muzaffarpur. It is located in Ramna within the city centre.

It is a popular temple of goddess Durga believed to be a 'Shaktipith'. The environment around the temple is peaceful. The temple is surrounded by lash greenery and a enchanting view of flowers. The place is quiet and peaceful. It is full of people during the Navratri. There are 1-2 shops of sweets and flowers for puja inside the temple campus.

You can visit here to offer prayers. The major attraction of this temple is its beautiful Golden Statue. The Ramna D...

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Shri Ram Temple, Muzaffarpur
Within Muzaffarpur city limits

Situated at "Sahu Pokhar" in Muzaffarpur, Shri Ram temple is one of the famous religious places.

Shri Ram Temple of Muzaffarpur is famous as one of the "Navratna" temples. It is said that it was made by artists from Rajasthan. Later Shri Shiv Prasad Sahu of Sahu family took over care taking of the temple and still Sahu family is doing the same. Within the premises the biggest temple is of "Shri Ram and Mata Janaki". It is famous for the shrines of Lord Rama and his wife Sita. Devotees come in masses to offer their prayers in this sacred temple.

Shri Ram Temple can be visite...