Muzaffarpur Jn - MFP

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About Muzaffarpur Jn Railway Station

Named after Muzaffar Khan, a revenue officer in the British Raj, Muzaffarpur came into existence in the eighteenth century. Located on the river banks of Burhi Gandak, it has also been attributed as Lychee capital of the country. Muzaffarpur Junction is an A1 class railroad station in the Sonpur division of East Central Railway zone. Many electrical trains connect this commercial and industrial region of Bihar to major cities in India. The station has been considered for upgradation to better facilities such as air-conditioned rest rooms and Wi-Fi facility, under the development scheme by the Government of India.

Trains Departing from Muzaffarpur Railway Station

With double electric line tracks, Muzaffarpur Junction is among main hundred booking stations of Indian Railways. A temporary stop for 101 trains, 28 trains originate and 28 trains terminate at this station.

Trains to Top Pilgrimage Sites: One can choose among available 40 weekly trains from Muzaffarpur to Varanasi, to visit the holy Ghats of Ganga. New Jalpaiguri Udaipur City Express connects this place to Ajmer Sharif. Temples in Kanyakumari can be reached through 3 trains. There is 1 long distance train and 5 trains between Muzaffarpur and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi in Katra. It is also linked to Puri with 2 long distance trains.

Trains to Metro Cities: From Muzaffarpur Railway Station, there are 4 trains to Patna while 28 trains link it to New Delhi. A total of 89 (weekly) trains cover the distance to Lucknow and 13 to Allahabad. The film city, Mumbai can be reached through 12 trains passing via Muzaffarpur. 25 weekly trains are headed to Kolkata while 1 train is available for Chennai.

Popular Trains

Vaishali Express is popular among people of UP and Bihar as it connects major cities of both the states. Some trains are popular as they do not levy Superfast Surcharge while others are popular for their connectivity, speed, hygiene and easy meal availability. Some of the most preferred trains are:

• Muzaffarpur Lokmanyatilak Terminus Special runs from Muzaffarpur to Mumbai.
• Bihar Sampark Kranti takes a halt at Muzaffarpur and links New Delhi and Darbhanga.
• Shaheed Express starts from Darbhanga and reaches Amritsar via Muzaffarpur.
• Amarnath Express connects Barauni to Jammu Tawi passing through Muzaffarpur.
• Vaishali Express covers the distance between Barauni and New Delhi.
• Purbanchal Express links Kolkata to Gorakhpur via Muzaffarpur.

Other nearby train stations:

• Narayanpur Anant Railway Station
• Silaut Railway Station
• Siho Railway Station
• Goraul Railway Station
• Bhagwanpur Railway Station
• Piprahan Halt Railway Station

Popular Places Near Muzaffarpur Railway Station

Baba Garibnath Mandir Shiva Temple is around two kilometers from the railway station. Beautifully decorated Lakh ki Churiyan or locally known as Lahthi are a must buy from the nearby local market to up your fashion quotient with a traditional touch. Located in the premises of Jubba Sahni Park, Ram Chandra Shahi Museum can be visited to relish the moments of history, just 2 kms away. Don’t miss the Litchi Gardens, Muzaffarpur’s most noted claim to fame.