Bihar, located in the eastern part of north India, previously known as Magadha, was once the main power of India’s fight for independence.
Its capital is Patna.
Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘vihara’ , the meaning of Bihar is monasteries.
The historic university Nalanda is located in Bihar and its ruins are still visible by many. It is ranked the 12th largest state in India geographically and the third biggest by population.
Bihar gets the nastiest of the cold and heat and an abundance of floods. Its temperature varies from 43 °C to 21 °C during summer and 20 °C to 6 °C in winter. This state consists of a variety of rivers, the most significant of which is the Ganges.
The main language of Bihar’s inhabitants is Bhojpuri in addition to many other languages like Bengali, Angika, English, Hindi, Maithili, Urdu and Magahi.
Jharkhand, today an India's State, was born on 15th November 2000 (with Ranchi as its capital) : actually, it was created from part of South Bihar.
The appropriate time to visit Bihar is form October to March.
Patna is good city but is too expensive and those who are poor they cannot buy the latest and good thing by which they cannot support themselves. In other hand, Patna is not safe because there is lot of traffic in day time in which lots of accident happens in a day. There should be free well treated hospital and discount for the poor so that they can also effort them in any circumstances. There are several benefits in Patna because there is good supply of light and water but the river Ganga is badly polluted, so we should try to make Patna be a good city and also be a good citizen of the city. Some useful tips We should strict over the uses of plastic throwing here and there. I n that place we can use papers bag. Reaps are also happening because girls are wearing shots. There should be a...
Great city with great culture and unity. Darbhanga is a city in the northern part of Bihar, India. A part of Gangetic plains of the north India, Darbhanga is located just around 50km from Nepal. The city is known for its association with Darbhanga Royal family - one of the richest landowners of the country during British Raj. The city and places around are very active culturally and politically but one of the poorest in India based on almost all social indicators. Darbhanga is considered as the cultural capital of Bihar with its rich musical, folk-art and literary traditions continuing from centuries. Songs written by famous Maithili poet Vidyapati is still sung at all religious and social occasions throughout this region.