Know about Madhepura District:

In 1845, Saharsa was a sub-division under the Bhagalpur district. In 1954 Saharsa was shaped out of the area of Bhagalpur district, and hence, Madhepura appeared as a new district on the 9th of May 1981.

The district is partitioned into 2 sub-divisions which are Madhepura and Uda Krishanganj. There is 1 Lok Sabha seat and 6 Vidhan Sabha seats in the district. The administrative language in the district is Hindi.

History of Madhepura District

The historical backdrop of Madhepura is followed back to the rule of the Kushan Dynasty of ancient India. Locals of the district accept that it is where God Shiva and different Divine beings used to do their meditation.

Various history specialists at various moments have propounded their speculations about the origin of this place. Be that as it may, the foundation of their hypotheses is the realities connected with either the Kosi River or its banks on the tributaries. The name of the district is additionally referenced in the great epic Mahabharata.

Geography of Madhepura District

Geographically, the district lies at 25°92'N latitudes, 86°79'E longitudes, and 45 m Height. The district includes a geographical area of 315.06 sq. KM, it is also limited by Supaul district on the north, Bhagalpur district on the south, Khagaria district and Saharsa district on the east, and Purnia district on the West. The environment of the district is very blistering during the summers and genuinely cold during the winters. Madhepura district during the storms is helpless before the Kosi Stream which is otherwise called the 'Sorrow of Bihar'. The average rain in the district was 1598.6 mm in the time of 2021-22.