Munger city is located in Bihar and is perhaps one of the most alluring cities of Bihar. Munger tourism is one of the best choice a tourist can have. It is a real treat in terms of the tourist attractions it has to offer. The city made its presence felt all through historical times and served as the capital of Bengal under the rule of Kasim Ali Khan in 1762.
The city of Mumger has many distinctions to its name. It is interesting to note that during the First World War, it was the city of Munger that produced cartridge guns. Even during the Indo China war the Munger gun factory played a crucial role in 1962.
Munger city is rich in scenic beauty by virtue of its location on the bank of River Ganga. The presence of divine ghats in the city’s proximity adds the mesmerising view.
The major spectacles of Munger tourism are Munger Fort, Bihar School of Yoga, Sita Kund, Kharagpur lake, Pir Shah Nafa Shrine, Bhimband Wildlife Sanctuary, Shri Krishna Vatika, Shah Mustafa Sufi's Grave and Dilwarpur. Munger is blessed with immense wealth of historical and religious sites that are simply a treat to experience.
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Munger tourism is the hub of many enthusiastic tourists because of major highlights such as the grandeur of architecture of the Munger Fort which is built on a mound and has been there since medieval era.
The Bihar School of Yoga is also a crowd puller and is famous all around the world for yoga instructions. The motto of the school is to enhance a human being’s personality through yoga. The places of religious significance include Sita Kund, Kharagpur lake, Pir Shah Nafa Shrine, Rameshwar Kund etc.
Munger is known for the work expertise in iron, articles cast in iron are a special craft. The festivities that embellish Munger tourism are Chatt Puja, Durga Puja, Raksha Bandhan, and Christmas.
Munger gets really hot and dry in summers and bitterly cold in winters. Monsoons are fair here and so the best time to plan a trip is from September to March.
The city is well connected by roads, railways and airways