East Champaran

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East Champaran (, Mašriqī Čaṃpāraṇ Zilā) is an administrative district in the state of Bihar in India. The district headquarters are located at Motihari. The district occupies an area of 3969&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup> and has a population of 3,933,636 (). East Champaran is a part of Tirhut Division.

Places of interest in East Champaran

Mehsi is an entry point of East Champaran if you are travelling from Patna, Muzaffarpur to Raxaul, connected both by railway and roadway. This small community has a number of places of interest at the east side of railway station. These include Mirza Halim Shah mosque, dargah, a very old library 'Nagrik Pustakalaya', an old High School (Tirhut Vidyalaya) of the English period, orchards of lichi and mangoes and other places of interest. There are many button factories, a small scale industry, although most of the people depend upon agriculture and commerce. Mehsi was the birthplace of the writer and intellectual, Rajkamal Chaudhary. The last sentence about the birth place of Rajkamal Chaudhary is not at Mehsi of District East Champaran, but it is at Saharsa district of Bihar.

The mazar of Hazrat Maulana Mohammad Abdul Aziz is in the Kodaria village, Post: Kodaria, via Phenhara. He is a very powerful saint of Awaisiya silsila. His Urs is celebrated every year on 11th and 12th Fasli Vaishakha (according to the Hindu calendar).

On the evening of 11th Fasli Vaishakha, there is a Miladun Nabi after the Magrib nimaz, then......
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