Begusarai Tourism and Travel Guide
Introduction: Begusarai emerged as a separate district in 1972 when it was separated from the Munger district. Begusarai is located in the central part of North Bihar.Begusarai
Begusarai extends perpendicularly from east to west which used to be a main link road. The district is bounded by Samastipur on the north, on the south by the Ganga and the Lakhisarai district, on the east by Khagaria and Munger and on the west by the Samastipur and Patna districts. Begusarai district is a part of Darbhanga division.
Begusarai district is located in the middle Ganga plain. Some of the main rivers following through the district are Burhi
Gandak, Balan, Bainty, Baya and Chandrabhaga.
How to Reach?
Begusarai is well connected to other parts of Bihar and India through railways and roadways.
Railways: The New Delhi- Guwahati railway line passes through Begusarai. BegusaraiBarauni Railway Junction holds an important place in the railway division map of Begusarai. Important trains that originate from this station to various parts in India connect Delhi, Guwahati, Amritsar, Varanasi, Lucknow, Mumbai, Chennai etc. Rajendra Setu on the Ganga is connected to Mokama and Howrah. The district has a total of 18 railway stations.
Roadways: The interiors parts of the district are well connected by the main roads. The National Highways 28 and 31 link this district to the other parts of the country.