Muzaffarpur is a famous town in Bihar. It is considered as the second most important city after the capital city Patna. Muzaffarpur is also considered as the capital of the north region of Bihar. It has won global encomiums for its delicious China Lyeechi and Shahi Lyeechi.
Muzaffarpur has been named after Afghan ruler Mohammed Muzaffar Khan, during the 19th-century British period. The overall history of the city, however, is quite old. Its recorded history dates back to 4th century B.C. Throughout its history, various dynasties have ruled over the region of Muzaffarpur. Amongst them, the most prominent ones were Pala Empire, Vajjin Republic, Sena dynasty and Chedi kings of Central India.
The geographic coordinates of Muzaffarpur are 26.1209° North latitude and 85.3647° East longitude. The average elevation is 60 meter above sea level. The city is situated on the banks of Himalayan glacier-fed perennial river Burhi Gandak.
The climate of Muzaffarpur is considered as temperate and warm. The average annual temperature of the region is 25.2o C. The average rainfall here is 1046 mm. July is the wettest month whereas December is the driest month.
Muzaffarpur is famous for exporting lychee. The economy of the district is completely driven by agriculture and receives sustainable support from the service and industrial sectors. Major exportable items after Lychee, rice, wheat, pulses, jute, maize, and oil seeds. It is estimated that Muzaffarpur produces about 3, 00,000 tonnes of lychee every year.
The major tourist attraction in and around the city are Baba Gareeb Sthan Mandir, Lychee Gardens, Ramna Devi Temple, Jubba Sahni Park, Gareebnath Temple, Ram Chandra Shahi Museum Ambara Chowk and Masjid E Belal.
Major localities in the city are Ahiyapur, Gannipur, Bhagwanpur, Kolhua, Manipur, Musahari, New Shastri Nagar, Sherpur, Sadatpur, Sikandarpur and Chakkar South End.
Muzaffarpur is well connected to other cities via regular trains from Muzaffarpur junction and Narayanpur Anant. You can easily get regular buses to and from Muzaffarpur from the city’s bus depot.
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