Know about Gopalganj District:

Gopalganj district is a district in the Indian state of Bihar. The district headquarters is Gopalganj city, and the district is part of Saran division. The major languages ​​spoken in Gopalganj are Hindi and Bhojpuri.

Earlier Gopalganj was a part of Saran district. It became an independent district and was separated from Saran district on October 2, 1973.

The district is divided into 2 sub-divisions and 14 blocks. Hathwa and Gopalganj are the two sub-divisions. The district has 1 Lok Sabha constituency and 6 assembly seats. Furthermore, the district comprises 1,534 villages.

Agriculture and Industries

Gopalganj is an important agricultural center of North Bihar. Being an important district of the region, it has many industries based on agriculture, such as cold-storage. Gopalganj is suitable for sugarcane production.

Gopalganj is one of the largest sugarcane growing districts of Bihar. Gopalganj is mainly known for sugarcane, pulses, agriculture, grain trading.

Thawe Mandir

Thawe Temple, the temple of Maa Thawewali is situated in Thawe in Gopalganj district of Bihar state. It is only 6 km from Gopalganj town on the Gopalganj-Siwan National Highway. Devotees worship Mother Goddess in many forms and with many names. There are 52 "Shakti Peeth" all over India, this place is also like a sacred "Shakti Peeth".

Special fair near Thawe temple is organized twice a year, on the great occasion of "Navratri" in the month of "Chaitriya" (March) and "Ashwin" (October). The famous prasad of Thawe temple is Pidakiya which is also known as Gujiya in some states.