Things to Do in Motihari
Pay a Visit to the Gandhi Sangrahalaya
Visit the Religious Places in and around Motihari
There are numerous temples and other religious places in and around Motihari city that are to be visited while in Motihari. The Buddhist Stupa at Kesariya, near Motihari is considered to be one of the largest Buddhist Stupas in the world and is a reminiscent of Lord Buddha's last phase of life. The Areraj Temple near Motihari, dedicated to Lord Shiva is another popular holy site worth visiting. Do visit it during the Shravani Mela, to experience its grandeur and glory. There is the Gayatri Mandir, Sitakund and other temples in and around Motihari that are also to be visited. Do visit these holy places to experience the soothing and divine ambience and tranquillity.
Enjoy shopping in Motihari
The colourful local markets in Motihari have enough elements to charm you and keep you engaged throughout the day. Replete with Readymade Garments shops, sweets shops, Jewellery stores, footwear shops, electronic goods showrooms, these markets have enough for all of their visitors. Raja Bazaar, Meena Bazaar, Balua Chowk are popular markets that are to be visited in Motihari. During the festive season, huge discounts, attractive offers and gifts are offered, attracting huge crowds. Visit these malls and shopping centres and return back with your bags and hearts full!
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Enjoy famous local cuisines of Motihari
The city of Motihari is known for its mouth-watering and quintessential food items, that are a must taste while visiting Motihari. Litti Chokha from the food stalls and road side vendors tastes divine. Other special items that are to be tasted include chiwra, samosa, kachori, makhaana etc. Popular beverages include Sattu paani, lassi, aam jhor etc. However it is exotic luscious sweets like Khaja, Kala Jamun, Motichoor ka Ladoo, Kesaria Peda, Khurma, Mal Pua, Tilkut, Murabba, Thekua and others that top the list of must taste items in Motihari. So relish these items and return home with sweet memories!
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