September 19, 2021

6 Famous Places to Visit in Saran


Top Tourist Attractions in Saran

Saran is one of the thirty-eight districts that make up Bihar state in India. Saran is one of the six Sarkars (Revenue Divisions) that make up the province of Bihar, according to the historical backdrop recorded in Ain-E-Akbari. There were eight Sarkars, including Saran and Champaran, when Diwani was granted to the East India Company in 1765.

Best Places to Visit in Saran

  1. Aami
  2. Sonepur
  3. Dhorh Ashram
  4. Gautam Asthan
  5. Silhauri
  6. Chirand

All weather is good for travel.

How to Reach Saran

To get to Chapra, you can use a variety of forms of transportation (District HeadQuarter). Buses and railroads are available, and buses may be taken directly to Chapra.

By Train

Chapra has its own railway station, Chapra Junction, which offers regular services to all important destinations. You may thus take direct trains to Chapra, which is the best choice. Train costs are also less expensive than bus fares, however to travel comfortably by train, tickets must be purchased in advance. New Delhi, Anand Vihar, Mathura, Chennai, Guwahati, Howrah, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Pune will all have frequent trains passing via Chapra.

By Road

Buses to Chapra will run on a regular basis from Patna, the state capital. Patna, the capital of Bihar, is around 70 kilometres away from Chapra. The majority of buses will be managed by the state government or private companies.

The following are some of the major stations/routes from which frequent bus service to and from Chapra is available:


By Air

Patna Airport is the closest airport to Chapra (Lok Nayak Jayprakash Airport). The Patna Airport is roughly 70 kilometres from Chapra, and there is frequent bus and taxi service to and from the Patna Airport. Many cities, including Lucknow, Kolkata, Chennai, Ranchi, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Bhopal, have regular flights from Patna Airport.

Darbhanga Airport, roughly 143 kilometres from Chapra, is the second closest airport.

Animesh Sharma

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