- Sangli – Patna
- Patna – Sangli
- Sangli – Muzaffarpur
- Muzaffarpur – Sangli
- Sangli – Gaya
- Gaya – Sangli
- Sangli – Purnea
- Purnea – Sangli
- Sangli – Gopalganj
- Sangli – Aurangabad
- Aurangabad- Sangli
- Sangli – Darbhanga
- Darbhanga – Sangli
- Sangli – Sitamarhi
- Sitamarhi – Sangli
History of Bihar
Bihar is the thirteenth largest Indian state. The Bihar plain is split by the river Ganga, which flows from west to east. In ancient India, the place that is now called as Bihar was considered to be the of power, learning, and culture. Bihar has lagged behind the other states in terms of social and economic development. Many economists and social scientists have discovered that this is a direct result of government policies. The state government has now made significant strides in the development of the state through increased investment in infrastructure. Most people travel to Bihar to visit the Buddhist circuit of Bodhgaya, Nalanda, and Vaishali with Patna as a transport hub. Bihar is not the easiest state to visit with limited English spoken and higher than normal levels of chaos, but the explorers enjoy tracking down many fascinating, off-the-beaten-track destinations waiting to be discovered.
Patna – Patna is the capital and the largest city of Bihar. Patna is the largest city in eastern India after Kolkata. Patna was basically the first place in India to use House draum tram for transport. The city is served by major road highways and state highways, including national highways. Asia’s longest river bridge, the Mahatma Gandhi Setu is located in Patna.
Muzaffarpur – Muzaffarpur is a sub-metropolitan city of Muzaffarpur district. The city and as the lychee kingdom. The East-West Corridor crosses Muzaffarpur thus connecting it to all the major towns and cities in India. The ministry had named Muzaffarpur as one of the most backward cities.
Gaya – Gaya derives its name from the mythological demon Gayasur (meaning holy demon), demon (asur, a Sanskrit word) and Gaya. Over history, the word asur got deleted and Gaya remained the currency. Gaya is the holy city, beside the Falgu river. The city is of historical significance and thus an attraction for many tourists.
Purnia – Purnia extends northwards from the Ganges river. It is one of the Mithila regions. Purnia is known for its uniquely designed organization, Ramakrishna Mission. Many people believe that many years ago, Purnia was Purna-Aranya which stands for “complete jungle”, and that’s why it has got the name Purnia.
Gopalganj – Gopalganj is a town, municipality, and headquarters of Gopalganj district.
Aurangabad – Aurangabad is a tourism hub surrounded by many historical monuments like Ajanta, Ellora caves, etc. Aurangabad is sometimes called the “Chittorgarh of Bihar” because of its large Rajput population of Suryavanshi lineage.
Sitamarhi – Sitamarhi is a birthplace of Sita, the main character of the epic Ramayana; a temple dedicated to Sita is located at punaura dham Sitamarhi. A rock-cut sanctuary from the great Mauryan period is found near Sitamarhi. The district of Sitamarhi was carved out of Muzaffarpur district on 11th December 1972. It is situated in the northern part of Bihar
Darbhanga – The district takes its name from its only town Darbhanga the District headquarters, which is said to have been founded by one Darbhangi Khan, about whom practically nothing is known. It is also held that the name Darbhanga has been derived from Dwar Banga or Dari – Banga, meaning the ‘door of Bengal’.