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Places to visit in Begusarai District

Jaimangla Garh

This historical site is located in Manjhul city. Jamangal Garh Mandir is a delightful heritage and architectural location and it is known as Shakti Peeth. Goddess is known for fulfilling any desire that the enthusiasts urge for her. There is a place with the Pali period in the temple and also the symbol of Lord Vishnu. It is believed that the mechanism was practiced black magic several times in the past. Kanwar Lake is other than the Temple Complex. Buddhist importance was additionally found among archaeological works. Similarly, there is a major commercial center in the city and it is an important place for business and education.

Kabar Jheel

The Kabar lake is one of the most relevant natural resources of this area. The multiple tangible and non tangible benefits that the lake offers to this are are countless. It is interwoven in the lives of the people of this region offering different services to different users and different communities. The lake acts as a fishing ground for the fishermen (mallaah) community of the area. Both organised and non organised fishing is carried out in the lake with the non organised having a larger share.

Kanwar Lake Bird Sanctuary 

A typical atmosphere is filled with intimate birds, this innovative refuge has common access to Kanwar Lake, which is Asia's largest freshwater lake. Local Birds and other rare and unique birds species move here between harsh winters. Kanwar Lake is in a special Oxbow origination. This was shaped due to redirection of one of the real tributaries of Ganges river, winding river Gandak. Oriental white vulture, Kestrel, crane, spot eagle, long billed vulture and so on can be seen here. Lately in recent time, synthetic materials and pollution have diminished the environment of water and lake. Poachers, trappers, and commercial land bargain has put an incredible threat on the life of species.

Naulakha Temple

Naulakha Temple Located in the city's core, this old-aged Temple is decorated with outstanding works of art and carving on its walls. The word "Naulakha" means "Nine Lakhs" in English. This is the excessive cost of construction of the Temple. It is believed that in the Temple, Mahant Deer Das had worked in the seventeenth century. In the year 1952, Mahath Mahavir Das tried to undertake ventures to restore and improve the Temple. Divinity is decorated with shiny gems and head gears, and equipped with fine clothes. Many devotees comes in search of approval and appeal to God for their fate and long life here.

Source : https://begusarai.nic.in/tourist-places/



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