Muzaffarpur is a city situated in Muzaffarpur district in the Tirhut division of the Indian territory of Bihar.
It is the headquarter of the Tirhut division, the Muzaffarpur district.
Muzaffarpur is popular for lychees (Litchi).
Muzaffarpur has connection with few of the most Indian political personalities, like DR. Rajendra Prasad, George Fernandes and J. B. Kripalani.
Muzaffarpur Litchi (Lychee)
The lychee (Litchi) crop, which is easily available from May to June, is predominantly developed in the areas of Muzaffarpur and encompassing regions. Development of litchi covers around a region of around 25,800 hectares delivering around 300,000 tons consistently.
Litchi are traded to large urban areas of India like Mumbai, Kolkata, and even to different nations. India's share in litchi business adds up to under 1%. The names of the litchi found in Muzaffarpur are Shahi and China. The organic products are known for amazing fragrance and quality.
Bihar's commitment in the creation of lychee (Litchi) in around 40% of lychee (Litchi) delivered in India.
Rice and sugar processing and cutlery make are another main businesses.
Education in Muzaffarpur
B.R. Ambedkar Bihar University which is one of the prominent university in Bihar is established in Muzaffarpur.
Langat Singh College,Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology,Mahant Darshan Das Mahila College are few of the most famous universities in Muzaffarpur city.
Visiting Places in Muzaffarpur
- Garib Sathan Mandir
- Jubba Sahni Park
- Ramna Devi Mandir
- Kali Mata Mandir
How to arrive at Muzaffarpur?
Muzaffarpur Junction is a principle rail route intersection, with three rural stations, Ram Dayalu Nagar , Narayanpur Anant (Sherpur) and Jubba Sahni . It is very much associated with significant urban communities of Bihar like Patna, Bhagalpur, Gaya, Motihari and Darbhanga. It additionally interfaces Muzaffarpur to numerous metropolitan urban areas in India like Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata.
National Highway 57 (NH - 57) comes by means of Gorakhpur, Motihari, Chakia and goes across Muzaffarpur and National Highway 57 goes to Darbhanga, Purnia. The East–West Corridor crosses Muzaffarpur along these lines associating it to every one of the significant towns and urban communities in India. National Highway 77 beginning from Hajipur goes through Muzaffarpur and links Muzaffarpur to Sitamarhi.
Darbhanga Airport is the closest air terminal which is 64km away from Muzaffarpur city. Spicejet is at present operating its departure from Darbhanga Airport to various metropolitan urban areas. Patna Airport is 70km from the city.