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Located in the Tirhut region of Bihar, Muzaffarpur is famously referred to as ‘Litchi Kingdom’ as over 300,000 tonnes of litchis are produced annually here. The city is home to many temples, and tourists from all over the country visit here to pay homage. The most prominent temples are Baba Garibnath Temple, Chaturbhuj Sthan Temple, Shri Ram Temple, Kali Mata Temple, Simri Mai Temple and Ramna's Tripur Sundari Temple. \nMuzaffarpur's Ram Chandra Shahi Museum is a good place for history buffs. It was established in the year 1979 and has a good collection of artefacts and an excellent collection of rare postage stamps. Situated around an hour from Muzaffarpur is Rajkhand, which is home to an old temple of Bhairav Nath. A large cattle fair is organised here annually, which is quite popular among the locals as well as tourists. Be sure to sample some of the local delicacies such as Kadhi Bari, Ghugni, Pittha, Choora, Sattu, Litti and Dhuska, during your stay at Muzaffarpur.
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