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Thana Bihpr
Location in Bihar, India

Coordinates: 25°23′0″N 86°56′0″E / 25.38333°N 86.93333°E / 25.38333; 86.93333Coordinates: 25°23′0″N 86°56′0″E / 25.38333°N 86.93333°E / 25.38333; 86.93333

Country  India
State Bihar
District Bhagalpur
Elevation 37 m (121 ft)
Population (2001)
 • Total 100,180
 • Official MaithiliHindi
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 853201
Coastline 0 kilometres (0 mi)
Nearest city bhagalpur
Sex ratio 881 WOMEN /1000 MEN (2001) /
Avg. summer temperature 44 °C (111 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 04 °C (39 °F)

Bihpur is a town in Bhagalpur district of Bihar, India.


Bihpur, located on National Highway 31, is a taluk headquarters in Bhagalpur District of Bihar. It lies on the banks of the Ganges and is 17 km north of Bhagalpur.

The Garden of Litchi and Banana field creating most beautifully nature background in Bihpur and Vikramshila Gangetic Dolphin Sanctuary, Mandar Hill, Bhagalpur Pillar and Patharghat Hill are some of the tourist options in the region.

Patna Airport is the nearest airport; Thana-Bihpur Junction Railway Station is on the Khagaria- Katihar rail route. In Bihpur famous agriculture Litchi, Mango, Banana, and very famous and Most produced Litchi in India from Bihpur,(Babhangama,Amarpur) than MuzaffarPur.


National Highway 31 ends Bihpur. Nearest airport is Patna Airport. The nearest railway station is Thana Bihpur (0 km) it was established in 1901. Thana Bihpur is a station on the Barauni-Katihar section of East Central Railway.

Populated Place; a city, town, village, or other agglomeration of buildings where people live and work.

  • Bihpur (0 km)
  • Milki (2 km)
  • Sonbarsha (2.5 km)
  • Babhangama (3 KM)
  • Bikrampur (1 km)
  • Amarpur (4 km)
  • Dayalpurpur (3 km)
  • Kharik (9.7 km)
  • Ganeshpur(10.2 km)
  • Tulsīpur (14.2 km)
  • Phulaut (20.5 km)
  • Bhāgalpur (22.6 km)
  • Barāri (22.8 km)
  • Naugachhia (23.5 km)
  • Dangrāha (25.5 km)
  • Sabaur (26.3 km)
  • Pasrāha (32.6 km)
  • Saidpur Dabra (36.5 km)
  • Jahāngīra (36.6 km)
  • Purāini (36.7 km)
  • Shāhkund (37.2 km)
  • Jamālpur (37.6 km)
  • Kathāra (38.2 km)
  • Ghoga (41.6 km)
  • Colgong (43.6 km)
  • Chautham (45.8 km)
  • Ekchāri (48.7 km)
  • Bhawānīpur Rājdhām (49.6 km)
  • Asarganj (50.2 km)

History during independence

The district of Bahgalpur played an important part in the Annie Besant in 1917 and Satyagarah Movement of Mahatma Gandhi in 1921 received widespread support in the district. In Saharsa, the freedom movement was led, among others, by Sarvashri Mahtal Lal Yadava, Shivanandan Mandal, Nand Kishore Chaudhary, Rajendra Mishra, Ram Bahadur Sinha, Yadunanadan Jha, Lakshman Lal Das'Kalakar', Rajendra Lal Das. Supaul and Madhepura Jails were full of Political prisoners. Thana Bihpur (in Bhagalpur district) was the scene of great activity where Dr. Rajendra Prasad was bitterely beaten by the police and the people of Saharsa were much agitated over this. Picketing tool place all over the district with full Vigour. The Period between 1930 and 1942 was marked by various Kisan agitations all over the district from Bakast lands.

Places of interest


  • High school Jairampur
  • Lord Buddha Educational Trust(Computer Tranning Institute) Sonbarsha - 9973366178
  • Sarvodaya High School Bihpur
  • Milki High School
  • High School Babhangama
  • Madarsha Najamia Al_Ulum QAZI TOLA
  • N K High school Jhandapur.
  • Eklavya public school
  • Ravi Memorial Public school, Bihpur
  • Kanya High School Sonbarsha
  • S D College Gouripur


  • Milki
  • Ambedkar Tola Amarpur(Fauji Tola)
  • Jhandapur
  • Vikrampur
  • Sonvarsha
  • Babhangama
  • Amarpur
  • Sonbarsa
  • Bikrampur
  • Marwa
  • Jhandapur
  • jairampur
  • Kayshta Tola Thana Bihpur
  • Pathan tola
  • Kaharpur
  • Hario
  • Ahuti
  • Phulaut
  • Auliabad
  • Sahori
  • jamalpur
  • gauripur


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