किशनगंज किला, पूर्णिया (Kishanganj Fort) – Purnea

Ruins of Kishanganj Fort built by the erstwhile Nawab of Khagada, Mohammed Fakiruddin still exists in the outskirts of Kishanganj city.

Kishanganj Quila

Visitors of this fort come to know of the golden past of this region like how Kishanganj—the then Nepalgarh—was captured from Nepal during Mughal period.

Leaflets of history explain how this region became part of India during Mughal Emperor Shah Alam’s rule who had appointed Mohammed Raza at this region called Surajapur during which period to administer the region.

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किशनगंज, पूर्णिया (Kishanganj) – Purnea

District headquarters of neighboring Kishanganj district, the city of Kishanganj is located at reasonable distance from Purnia. It is best place for shopping and so can explorers come to its tea gardens to explore this region to the best.

Har Gauri Temple, Kishanganj

Greeneries, picturesque tea gardens, ancient forts, temples, mosques and rivers are few noteworthy attractions of Kishanganj located in the northernmost side of Bihar state. It is surrounded by adjacent districts of Araria and Purnea in western and southwestern regions respectively while West Bengal’s Uttar Dinajpur surrounds it from the eastern side. Northern border of Kishanganj is surrounded by West Bengal’s Darjeeling District and so does it share international border with the neighboring country of Nepal from this side.

Kishanganj is known for its fertile lands and numerous beautiful locations. The region is known for its natural beauty and forestry areas. Best t…

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