Lakhisarai district is a district of Bihar state, India, and Lakhisarai district is a part of Munger Division. Lakhisarai town is the administrative headquarters of this district
Geography of Lakhisarai
Lakhisarai is bounded by Munger, Sheikhpura, Begusarai and Patna in the East, South, West and North respectively. Lakhisarai district covers an area of about 129397 Hectares.
The district can be divided into three parts
(i) Hilly area (The hilly area comprises of hill series and rocks like Kachhua hills, Kajra mountains up to Abhaipur and Jaynagar Mountains including forest area.)
(ii) Flood hit area (Almost whole of Pipariya block and some part of Barahiya is considered as flood hit area)
(ii) Plain area
Main Rivers : Ganges, Mohane, Harohar, Kiul are the main rivers
Latitude of Lakhisarai city : 25 deg to 25 deg 20’ north
Longitude of Lakhisarai city : 85 deg 55’ to 86 deg 25’ east
About Lakhisarai District
On July 3, 1994 Lakhisarai istrict was carved out from Munger district, which comprised the erstwhile Lakhisarai sub-division of the undivided district.
Sub Division of Lakhisarai District
In Lakhisarai District there 1 sub division
Blocks in Lakhisarai District
In Lakhisarai District there is 6 blocks
Cities and Towns in Lakhisarai District
Tourist Place in Lakhisarai District
Shringirishi ( Beautiful temple of Lord Shiva on mountain near Jalappa Asthan )
Abhainath Asthan (Temple of a Saint namely Abhainath Baba)
Bhagwati Asthan ( Important temple of Maa Bhagwati )
Economy of Lakhisarai District
Economy of the Lakhisarai district depends mainly on agriculture. Wheat, Paddy and Maize are the main cereal crops cultivated in this area. Rice and lentils are some other important crops.
Major Crops of Lakhisarai District
Paddy, Wheat, Maize, Potato, Onion, Wheat-Green vegetable are the main cereal crops of the district.