This generally huge city of Bhagalpur lies on the southern banks of the waterway Ganges. Bhagalpur, otherwise called the silk city, it is the third biggest city of Bihar. Bhagalpur is notable for being a significant instructive focus, aside from being the business and political focus. The city sustains the types of National Aquatic Animal of India, the Gangetic Dolphins with the assistance of the Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary. The city’s history lowers in different Mythologies, and the line between them is obscured than any ordinary occurrence, making it an interest to be investigated.
Bhagalpur City is situated a ways off of around 250 km toward the east of Patna, the state capital of Bihar. The most usually communicated in language in Bhagalpur is Angika and Hindi, which are likewise the official dialects of the locale. With a quick pace of advancements, Bhagalpur is en route to turn into a Smart City.
Things to Do: Nature Walk, Border Trek, Jungle Camp, Jungle Camp, Watchtowers, etc…
Attractions: Mahabodhi Temple, Statue of Lord Buddha, Great Buddha Statue, Tibetan Refugee Market, Bodhi Tree, Thai Monastery, Thai Monastery, Mahabodhi Temple Complex Book store, Muchalinda Lake, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Brahmayoni Temple, Cankamana, Chinese Temple, Indosan Nippon Japanese Temple, etc…
Best Time to visit: November to mid of March.
Peak Season: Winter Season.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal is in Patna which has normal flights interfacing the entire nation. Transportation in the Bhagalpur city and around it is made simple by the auto carts, cabs and nearby transports.
- By Rail: Bhagalpur can be reached effectively by means of train to the Bhagalpur Junction Railway Station (BGP). There are in excess of 50 sets that stop at this station making it the third busiest Railway station in Bihar. Bhagalpur is associated with Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ajmer, Kanpur, Patna, Guwahati, Surat, and Munger among the significant urban areas.
- By Road: Bhagalpur is very much associated with significant urban areas, for example, Patna, Kolkata, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Munger, Gaya and so on by numerous National and State Highways.