Muzaffarpur to Madhubani - Bus Fare & Timings
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Muzaffarpur is fourth populous city in Bihar, and is the gateways to Nepal. In fact, the trading of clothes and food-grains takes place between Nepal and Muzaffarpur. Moreover, the city is famous for Lychees that are grown in certain parts of the city. The litchi crop is grown during May and June, and is being exported to metro cities across India. Muzaffarpur doesn’t hold any special cuisine or feature to make it as the tourist location. However, the city is facing a good infrastructure development in all means. Some of the major tourist locations in Muzaffarpur are: Garib Sthan Mandir Temple, Litchi Garden, Ambara Chowk, Ram Chandra Shahi Museum and Shri Ram Temple.
Madhubani is the small town in Bihar, and is 26km from Darbhanga district. The town is famous for Madhubani art that is appreciated in many countries. This town is also known for its people who supposed to have pleasant and sweet voice. In addition to arts, Madhubani is also famous for archeological and religious places that are explored by archeologists. There are few shrines and temples which were built ages ago. Madhubani is famous for weaving and spinning, and is the great example of handloom textile exporting high quality of handicraft work. The specialty of this place is the sweet water fish and Makhana that is largely sold tasty stuff. Though there are few tourist locations, but Temple of Ugarnath and dedicated to Bhagwati remains to be the top places to be visited. Some of the other tourist locations in Madhubani are: Jhanjharpur, Bhawanipur, Jainagar, Saurath and Kapileswarthan.