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About City

Muzaffarpur district, ‘The Land Of Leechi’ was created in 1875 for the sake of administrative convenience by splitting up the earlier district of Tirhut. The present district of Muzaffarpur came to its existence in the 18th century and named after Muzaffar Khan, an Amil (Revenue Officer) under British Dynasty. Purbi Champaran and Sitamarhi districts on North, on the South Vaishali and Saran districts, on the East Darbhanga and Samastipur districts and on the West Saran and Gopalganj districts surround Muzaffarpur. Now it has won international encomiums for its delicious Shahi Leechi and China Leechi

Named after the freedom fighter and revolutionary Jubba Sahni, the children’s park is found in the Mithanpura area of Muzaffarpur. Jubba Sahni Park is like that of any other children’s parks, but a tourist attraction nevertheless due to the lush green trees, shrubs, and the cool grass that the adults love to lounge upon while the kids have their fun. The queue of tall lamps across the park light up the area after sunset.
Located in the heart of the city, the Baba Garibnath Temple is another one of the most popular attractions of Muzaffarpur. The idol of Lord Shiva resides in the temple as Baba Garibnath, and according to local legends, it is said that the Shivling was acquired from the Peepal tree where the temple is now situated. The man, who had the shrine built, was said to have gotten the tree cut down so he could build a house over it, but when the seven branches were broken, blood and water oozed out only to reveal the Shivling. The temple now attracts devotees in a large number, and during the festive period of Shravan, water from the sacred rivers of Ganga, Gandak, Kaveri etc are brought to bathe the Shivling in.
Vaishali is located on the left bank of river Gandak and has immense historical significance. The Buddha preached a number of times in this small town and the place also became a venue for the second Buddhist Council. The Vishwa Shanti Stupa and the Buddhist stupas are of great importance in this town. Apart from these, you can also pay a visit to the Vaishali Museum which showcases the archaeological remains discovered in this place.
The Vishwa Shanti Stupa, which is also known as the pillar of peace, is the most recent holy attraction for the Buddhists. Built jointly by the Indian and the Japanese government, the Vishwa Shanti Stupa is the highest stupa of the world.
Kesariya is located 55 km north west of Vaishali in the state of Bihar in India. In the time of the Buddha, it was known as Kessaputta. The place was the venue where the Buddha delivered His famous Kalama Sutta to the Kalama people. Through this discourse, the Buddha urged His followers to analyse His teachings thoroughly before accepting them. The details of the discourse can be found in the The Buddha's Charter of Free Inquiry: Kalama Sutta, Wheel No 8.
Also, as per legends, the Buddha left Vaishali for Kusinara (Kushinagar) in the last year of His life. As He proceeded on His journey, a large group of Vijjians joined Him and declined to leave. When they reached Kessaputta, the Buddha persuaded them to leave. The crowd was unhappy, so just to cheer them up gave His begging bowl. A stupa, later came up at this site to commemorate the incident. This stupa was visited by both Fa-hien as well as Hieun Tsang. Both these Chinese traveller left brief details of their visiting experience to this stupa.