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Famously known as the Litchi Kingdom, Muzaffarpur is one of the major towns of Bihar. The city is named after Muzaffar Khan, a revenue officer under British rule.

 

Fact: The oldest university of Bihar, called B.R. Ambedkar Bihar University hails from Muzaffarpur.

 

Before you plan a trip, get all the details of Muzaffarpur.

 

  • Currency – Indian Rupee
  • Location – Located in the northern state of Bihar
  • Best Time to Visit – October to March

How to Reach

 

By Air

 

There are no regular flights to Muzaffarpur. The nearest airport is Patna Airport (63 km away).

 

By Train

 

You can get regular trains to Muzaffarpur from major parts of the country.

Railway Station: Muzaffarpur Junction (MFP)

 

By Road

 

You can get regular trains to Muzaffarpur from major parts of the country.

Railway Station: Muzaffarpur Junction (MFP)

Places to Visit in Muzaffarpur 

 

1. Litchi Gardens

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Litchi Gardens are a major tourist attraction in Muzaffarpur.

 

Fun Fact: Muzaffarpur produces 3 lakh tones of Litchi every year.

 

Also, Bochaha, Jhapaha and Mushahari are some other famous gardens within 7 km radius of Litchi Gardens.

 

The Litchis named ‘Shahi’ and ‘China’ produced here are the most famous due to their excellent quality and pleasant aroma.

 

Best time to visit: During May to June (Cultivation period)

 

Entry Fees: Free

 

Opening hours: 8 am to 6 pm

2. Baba Garibnath Temple

Baba Garibnath Temple is a famous temple here dedicated to Lord Shiva.

 

Many people believe that there was a banyan tree here before, and when the owner tried to cut it, he found the Shivalinga inside of it.

Later that same night, Lord Shiva came in his dreams and told him to build a temple at the same spot.

3. Ramchandra Shahi Museum

This museum is located in the midst of Jubba Shahi Park. It houses various artifacts and stunning statues of Ashtadik Pal and Manasa Nag.

 

Moreover, it has a collection of ancient utensils along with intricately created statues which are a major attraction of Ramchandra Shahi Museum.

 

Opening Hours: 10 am to 5 pm

 

Nearby Places to Eat:

Kaveri Restaurant, Food Hub, Restaurant Simna Spice Garden, The Park

Shopping Places

 

  • The Grand Mall
  • Amrapali Mall
  • Big Mart
  • CityKart
  • DRB Palace

What to Expect? / Tips

  • You must visit Muzaffarpur city in the winter months as the weather is very pleasant.
  • Do not show too much skin, as India is a very conservative country.
  • Be careful of the vendors on the streets as they might con you.
  • Be open and eager to know more about Buddhism.

Where to stay?

 

There are great accommodation options throughout Muzaffarpur.

Some of them are as follows-

  • Minakshi International
  • Embassy International
  • Comfort International
  • Shivan Inn
  • RK Residency
  • Milan Residential
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