Welcome to Motihari

General Information About Motihari

Motihari is a small town in the state of Bihar. Motihari is the headquarters of East Champaran District, which is a part of Tirhut Division. The town of Motihari is known worldwide as the site from where Mahatma Gandhi began his Satyagraha against the British rule in India. Located 120 km away from Patna, the capital of Bihar, this town is popular among both pilgrims and history lovers. 

Before the creation of East Champaran District on 1 December 1971, Motihari was part of Champaran District. In ancient times, this region was a part of the Kingdom of Videha, which belonged to Seeradhwaja Janaka. 

After Videhan Empire, the region came under the rule of Ajatshatru, the emperor of Magadh. Later, the region was successively ruled by Kushan Empire, Gupta Empire and Mughal Empire. In 1764, the region came under the administrative control of the British East India Company.   

The most popular attraction of the town is Someshwar Nath Temple, which is one of the oldest temples in Hindu mythology. Kesariya Stupa, which is the largest Buddhist Stupa in the world and Gandhi Sangrahalaya are the other places of tourist interest in the town. The months of October and November are considered as the best time to visit Motihari.

Best time to visit the destination October to April. 

Attraction in Motihari

Kesariya Stupa

Someshwarnath Temple

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Budget Calculations

Hotel Cost

Number of People: 32
Number of Days: 32
Number of Rooms: 23
Rent Per Room Per Day: 23

Fooding Cost

Number of People: 32
Number of Days: 32
Per Person per day: 800
   

8000

Remaining

Number of People: 32
Budget per Person: 32
Total Budget 23
Total Expenses 1212

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