is a town situated in the north eastern part of Bihar
state in India
. It is headquarters of Katihar district
Katihar is located at . It has an average elevation of 20 metres (65 feet).
The main rivers of the district are Ganges
(southern boundary, 25 kilometres from Katihar Town), Kosi
(western boundary, 30 kilometres from Katihar Town) and Mahananda
besides many small rivers like Kari Kosi (flowing by the side of Katihar town), Kamla
etc. The Kosi (Sorrow of Bihar) merges with Ganges at the south-west boundary of Katihar District.
This district shares a boundary with two states i.e. Jharkhand
at the southern side and West Bengal
at the eastern side. Bangladesh
lies around 80 km east of Katihar town and Nepal
lies around 100 km north of Katihar Town.
Katihar is a famous Railway Junction with five railway lines/routes.
, Katihar had a population of 2,392,638. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Total Literacy of Katihar District is 35.29% in which Male Literates are 45.51% and Female Literates are 24.03%. In comparison to India and Bihar Literacy Rate of Katihar is very poor. Sex Ratio of Katihar in per 1000 Male is 920 Female. In Katihar, 16% of the population is under 6 years of age.
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