High Season : Oct - Mar
Low Season : Apr - Sep
Nearest Airport -DBR
Nearest Train Stations -DBG
Darbhanga is one of the important northern regions of Bihar, located in the center of Mithilanchal, the fertile floodplain of northern India. Darbhanga is an ancient city in Mithila, an ancient cultural area in northern India, located between the lower Himalayas and the Ganges. The Nepalese border runs through the upper edge of the area. The Gandak and Kosi rivers are the western and eastern borders of Mithila. The name of the area comes from its headquarters and main city, the area is said to have been established by Darbanji Khan, who was the fauzdar or military leader of the Tuglak troops stationed in Urdu. It is also said that the name Darbhanga is derived from DwarBanga or DareBang, which means "gateway to Bangladesh". The history of Darbhanga can be traced back to the time of Ramayana and Mahabharata. The
Darbhanga district is one of the 38 districts in the Bihar state of eastern India. Darbanga is the administrative seat of the district and the fifth largest city in Bihar. The Darbhanga district is part of the Darbhanga branch. The district is bounded by Madubani district to the north, Samastipur district to the south, Saharsa district to the east, and West Tamashi and Muzaffarpur districts to the west. The entire area covers an area of 2,279 square kilometers.
Facts & Culture
Darbhanga, also known as the "Cultural Capital of Bihar", is located in the center of Mithilanchal in the northern part of Bihar. The city is famous for its connection to the Royal Darbanjaraj. For centuries, Darbanga has been the land of literature, culture, justice and philosophy. The Maithili language spoken in the region is considered the sweetest language in the world. Researchers have come to this place to study this language. The historical and cultural heritage of
Darbhanga sets this place on the tourist map. The forts, places and many other buildings and temples built by Maharaja Kameshwar Singh are the main tourist attractions in the city. The buildings of Lalit Narayan Mithila University and Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University Famous temples like Shyama Mandir, Madhweshwar Mandir, Manokamna Mandir, etc. they are centers of knowledge, wisdom and bhakti. Khankah Samarkandia, Jama Masjid, Mirja Khan Talaab, Three Churh, Gurudwara, etc. they are symbols of brotherhood and secularism. Kusheshwarsthan is an important ecotourism center and migratory birds arrive every year from different regions of the country and from other countries. Its culture and writing tradition make it vibrant and unique. Its folk art, music, and writing traditions continue from ancient times. Over time, the city has undergone great changes, but its cultural essence remains the same.