रामेश्वर कुण्ड, मुंगेर (Rameshwar Kund) – Munger

The legend goes that during the Muslim invasion one of the Generals camped at this site and dug the earth for water and accidentally a hot water sprig came out.

Whereabouts and Overview:

Rameshwar Kund in Khagarpur of Bihar is situated on the North West corner of a tourist attraction site in Bihar- Kharagpur Lake.

Rameshwar Kund is one of the significant spot of Kharagpur city in Bihar. People from all parts of Bihar and its adjacent state as there is belief among the Hindus that the visit to this kund can wash the sins from the soul. Tourists are generally seen having a great time at this kund as part of their tour to Kharagpur.

Apart from pilgrimage tourism, Rameshwar Kund serves as a great picnic spot during the winters. The surrounding region of Rameshwar Kund is very picturesque with the sightings of some of the rare species of flora and fauna.

The climate of this place ranging from between 52C to 65C. Hence, tourists are…

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मुंगेर (Munger/Monghyr)

Munger – The Details Munger or Monghyr [both: mung´gir] is situated on the bank of Ganges River. It is a district administrative center and a grain market. The city has one of India's largest cigarette factories and a firearms industry that dates back to the 18th cent. Munger is famous for its goldsmiths and silversmiths. HISTORY The little town has nothing to show today for its long history except a Mughal fort and a temple, but it was once the capital of the ancient Anga kingdom. The British conquered Bihar in the battle of Buxar, which is nearby. According to tradition the city was founded during the Gupta dynasty (c.320–545 B.C.). The Muslim leader Mir Kasim Ali used Munger as a base during his war against the British in 1764. The history of Monghyr is, in fact, a chronology of battles. It begins with the Mahabharata that records the encounter of Bhim with the ruler of Modagiri (Monghyr's ancient name as mentioned in the Mahabharata) and concludes with the defeat o…
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