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East Champaran, India

East Champaran is one of the districts of the state of Bihar. It is blessed with verdant green surroundings and enjoys myriad tourist attractions. The district is noteworthy in terms of mythology and history, which makes it an ultimate place for all interested in the heritage. You can book East Champaran holiday packages as it is one of the most frequently visited tourist spots of Bihar. From beautiful olden times to picturesque beauty, East Champaran has something for everyone.

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:22°C- 42°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -230 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:16°C-29°C

Best Places to Visit in East Champaran

Baikunthnath Temple:
It is a very significant temple in the east Champaran district of Bihar. Situated in Baikuntha dham, the temple has an idol of Shiva, Parvati and Ganesh.

Kesaria:
Situated in the East Champaran district, Kesaria is placed on the eastern banks of the Gandak or Narayani River. The place features the tallest Buddhist Stupa ever discovered. The height of this is 104 feet, which grabs the attention of several tourists. Kesaria enjoys a great importance in the history of Buddhism. As per some records, Lord Buddha spent a night in Kesaria during his way from Vaishali to Kushinagar.

Huseni:
Situated 16 km to the southeast of Motihari, Sitakund is a site where you can explore the remains of an ancient fort. The fort is an unevenly shaped structure, which is 450 feet long on each side. There is a holy tank inside the fort.

Sitakund:
Dedicated to the wife of Lord Krishna, the walls of the temple feature diverse range of paintings from the 12th century. In the temple, a marble deity of Devi Rukmani with four hands or 'Chaturbhuja' is kept.

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