Muzaffarpur is located on the banks of the Burhi Gandak River, along with the Bagmati and Lakhandayee Rivers. It is one of the capital cities in Bihar and one of the capital cities in Bihar. It is named after the tax official Muzaffar Khan under British rule. The administrative headquarters of the Muzzafarpur District, which is part of the Tirhut Division. The city is one of the largest trading and educational centers in northern Bihar and is known for the production of lychees, which are in great demand with locals and locals alike.

The Baba Garibnath Temple is located in the heart of the city and is one of the most populous attractions of Muzaffarpur. The idol of Lord Shiva resides in the temple as Baba Garibnath, and according to local legends, the Shivling is said to have been acquired from the Peepal Tree in which the temple is now located. It is said that the man who built the sanctuary cut it off to do itBuild a house on it, but when the seven branches broke blood and water gushed out only to reveal the shivling. The temple now attracts devotees in great numbers, and during the Shravan festival season, the water from the sacred rivers of the Ganges, Gandak, Kaveri, etc. is brought to the Shivling bathing.

Muzaffarpur produces around 3 lakh litchi a year. The lychee gardens are the most popular tourist destination. The Shahi and China Litchis produced here are known for its excellent quality and flavor. The best time to go is from May to June during the cultivation, and seeing the ripe fruit is an attraction.

The playground, named after the freedom fighter and revolutionary Jubba Sahni, is located in the Mithanpura area of ​​Muzaffarpur. The park is like any other playground, but it’s a tourist attraction because of the lush green trees, shrubs, and fresh grass that adults love to lounge on while kids have fun. The area after sunset.

In the middle of JubbaSahni Park, the Ramchandra Shahi Museum, built in 1979, shows various artifacts, statues such as those of Ashtadik Pal and Manasa Nag, which are a divine sight. There is also a collection of antique paraphernalia along with the intricately crafted statues.

An 18-year-old wrestler named Khudiram Bose was arrested along with Prafool ​​Chaki on charges of dropping a bomb on Kingsford, the then British court judge by Muzaffarpur. He was executed in Muzaffarpur Prison in 1908 and the Khudiram Bose memorial was erected in front of the district and court judge’s current residence. The street where the alleged bomb was dropped is called Prafool ​​Chaki Marg in front of the Red Cross building amidst several tourists who want to know something about the fugitive revolutionary who was soon arrested and the sentence that was imposed on him with one Smiles on their faces, as well as his.

The district of Muzaffarpur, famous for its educational and commercial purposes, along with its temples and historical background forms an important part of the state of Bihar, and is a location of picturesque surroundings. One of the beautiful towns of Bihar, Muzaffarpur takes pride in its culture.