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Bihar is a state in Northern India. It lies on the Gangetic plain, with Uttar Pradesh to its west, West Bengal to its east, Jharkhand to its south and Nepal to its north. The Bihar plain is divided into two unequal halves by the Ganges, which flows through the middle from west to east. Bihar is one of India's poorest states, with stark social inequality. Travelers may find the hassles common to traveling everywhere in India are more pronounced here.
Planning a Trip
By plane Bodh Gaya fields international flights to Bangkok (Thailand) and Paro (Bhutan), catering largely to Buddhist pilgrims. Patna is connected to major Indian cities.
Badi dargah Chiragha — in the month of Shawwal as pe islamic Calendar every year at Bihar Sharif Budha Mahotsav — in the month of December every year at Bodh Gaya Charterer flights — Approx. $350 per hour (three seats)  for tourism and getting around. Chhath — Chhath (also called Dala Chhath ) is a Hindu festival, unique to Bihar, Jharkhand state, India and Terai, Nepal. This festival is also celebrated in the northeast region of India, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, and some parts of Chhattisgarh.It is an ancient and major festival. Songs for Chhath festival sung by Padma Shri Bihar Kokila Prof. (Smt) Sharda Sinha are very popular. Durga Puja — Ganges Cruise — from Calcutta to Varanasi via Bihar Patna Film Festival — Rajgir Mahotsav — in the month of October every year at Rajgir Sonepur Fair — Vaishali Mahotsav — in the month of April every year at Vaishali River cruise around Patna operated by the Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation; Cruise starts twice every day from Gaighat
Police Number: 100 Women Helpline Number: 181 Ambulance Number: 102 Fire Brigade: 101 Emergency Disaster Management: 108 Bihar: http://www.bihartourism.gov.in/