Muzaffarpur District is a district of Bihar state, India. Muzaffarpur town is the administrative headquarters of this district. Muzaffarpur district is a part of Tirhut Division.
Geography of Muzaffarpur
Muzaffarpur district is bounded on north side by Sitamarhi & East Champaran Districts, on south side by Vaishali & Saran district, on east side by Darbhanga & Samastipur district and west side by Saran & gopalganj district. Muzaffarpur district occupies an area of 3173 km² .
Main Rivers : Bagmati , Gandak, Burhi Gandak, Lakhandeyee are the main rivers of this district.
Latitude of Muzaffarpur city : 25 deg 54’ TO 26 deg 23’ N
Longitude of Muzaffarpur city : 84 deg 53’ TO 85 deg 45’ E
About Muzaffarpur District
Muzaffarpur district is famously known as the “Land of Leechi”. The district was created in 1875 by splitting the Tirhut district for administrative convenience. In the 18th century, Present district of Muzaffarpur came to its existence and named after Muzaffar Khan, an Amil (Revenue Officer) under British Dynasty The district has now also won international praise for its delicious Shahi Leechi and China Leechi.
Blocks in Muzaffarpur District
In Muzaffarpur District there is 16 blocks
Cities and Towns in Muzaffarpur District
Tourist Place in Muzaffarpur District
Railways Station in Muzaffarpur District
Muzaffarpur Junction Railway Station
Universities in Muzaffarpur District
B R Ambedkar Bihar University
Colleges in Muzaffarpur District
Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology
Mahant Darshan Das Mahila Mahavidyalaya
Ram Dayalu Singh College
Mahesh Prasad Sinha Science College
Ram Manohar Lohia College
Shri Shreekrishna Singh Law College
Vaishali Institute of Business & Rural Management.
L.N.Mishra College of Business Management.
Govt. Womens Polytechnic, Muzaffarpur
L. N. T. College
Govt. Polytechnic Naya Tola, Muzaffarpur
L. S. College
B. R. M. College
Tirhut College Of Agriculture
Economy of Muzaffarpur District
Muzaffarpur is famous for exporting Lichi fruit. The district has a few sugar mills, which are now old and dilapidated. It is the commercial hub of North Bihar and the wholesale market for Mumbai, Surat and Ahmedabad. Textile mills in the famous Marwari community dominate Suta Patti.