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Location in Bihar, India
Country India
State Bihar
District Purnia
Elevation 37 m (121 ft)
 • Total 60,987
 • Official Maithili, Hindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 854202
Telephone code 06467Ä
Vehicle registration br11b
Nearest city Purnia
Lok Sabha constituency Purnia
Climate 23-38 (Köppen)
Avg. summer temperature 38 °C (100 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 23 °C (73 °F)

N.G.O =Lakshya seva sansthan Banmankhi is a town in Purnia district of Bihar state, India


It is located at an elevation of 37 m above MSL. This town is famous for its sugar mills in past days but now it is most famous for is cattle, where 1000(nearly) of cattle such as buffalo, cow, goat and many pet animals are for sale. Places of tourist interest include: Prahalad Khamb (An ancient history about why Indians celebrate Holy festivals) Maharshi Mehi asharam (including born place and Maditation Ashram) also can visit Kajha Kothi, Kali Bari Mandir,Railway Matha Asthan. This place is very famous for its Festival in holy time.


National Highway 107 passes through Banmankhi. Banmankhi Junction Railway Station is the nearest railway access point. Nearest airport is Patna Airport& Bagdogra Airport.


External links

  • About Banmankhi
  • Satellite map of Banmankhi


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