Know about Kishanganj District:

Kishanganj district is a district in the Indian state of Bihar. The headquarters of the district is Kishanganj. Kishanganj was earlier a subdivision of Purnia district. The Bihar government declared it a full-fledged district on 14 January 1990. This district is situated near the border of Nepal. The district shares borders with the states of West Bengal and Assam.

Tourism and culture of Kishanganj District

Kishanganj district is rich in diversity and has rich cultural and historical heritage. Many ancient temples, mosques, and gurudwaras are located here which attract local and international tourists.

Kishanganj district has deep interest in cultural and folk culture. The people here participate in various events every year to save their traditional songs, dances, and festivals.

Located 425 kilometers north-east of Patna, the capital of Bihar, this place was earlier known as Krishna Kunj. From tourism point of view, tourists can visit places like Khagra Fair, Nehru Shanti Park, Churli Fort. Tourist places like Panighat, Gangtok, Kalingpong, Darjarling are also located at a short distance from here.