September 17, 2021

5 Attractive Places to Visit in Bhagalpur

Bhagalpur

Top Tourist Attractions in Bhagalpur

Bhagalpur division village is an administrative geographical unit in the Indian state of Bihar, with Bhagalpur serving as the division’s administrative seat. Bhagalpur is a city in Bihar’s southern area. It is one of Bihar’s oldest districts, located at 141 feet above sea level in the Ganga basin. The city covers a total area of 2569 square kilometres. It is located between 25° 07′ and 25° 30′ north latitude and 86° 37′ and 87° 30′ east longitude. Munger, Khagaria, Madhepura, Purnea, Katihar, and Banka districts in Bihar, and Godda and Sahebganj districts in Jharkhand, surround the district.

Best Places to Visit in Bhagalpur

  1. Mandar Hill
  2. Vikramshila
  3. Shri Champapur Digamber Jain Siddha Kshetra
  4. Tilka Manjhi
  5. Maharshi Mehi Aashram, Kuppaghat

Best Time to Visit in Bhagalpur

All weather is good for travel.

How to Reach Bhagalpur

By road and train, Bhagalpur is well connected to the rest of the country.

Railways: 

The railway network connecting Bhagalpur Junction to most of India’s main towns is located between the Howrah Kiul loop-line, which serves Bhagalpur with a large number of trains. It is Bihar’s third busiest line. This route sees about 100 pairs of express trains and 40 pairs of passenger trains. Bhagalpur Railway Station is an A1 category station. It generates the most revenue for the Malda Rail Division.

After Howrah and Sealdah, it is the third largest railway station in Eastern Railway. Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ajmer, Kanpur, Patna, Guwahati, Surat, Jammu Tawi, Munger, Gaya, and other cities are all well linked to Bhagalpur. The ECR/NFR section serving North Bhagalpur is Barauni-Katihar. This route connects the railway stations of Narainpur, Thana Bihpur, Naugachhia, and Katareah.

By Road

Well connected.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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