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Mandar Hill




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Hindu Books > Temples And Legends of India > Temples And Legends Of Bihar > Mandar Hill

Temples And Legends Of Bihar Introduction

Mandar Hill is about 700 feet high and is situated about 30 miles south of the town of Bhagalpur. There is a branch railway line ofthe Eastern Railway connecting Bhagal- pur with Mandar Hill and Mandar Hill station is the terminus of the branch line. Mandar Hill station is about three miles from Mandar Hill. There is also a good all- weather road connecting Bhagalpur to Dumka, the headquarters of Santal Parganas district, and Mandar Hill is about a mile from the road at a certain point.

A large number of passenger buses connect Bhagalpur with Dumka either way and Mandar Hill is easily approachable by the buses as well. Mandar Hill is within the Banka sub-division of Bhagalpur district and ekkas--light vehicles drawn by single horses-are available at Banka and Baunsi as well. Baunsi is a growing township and has a more salubrious climate than Bhagalpur and aspires to be a health resort. Baunsi is about five miles from Mandar Hill towards Bhagalpur.

Author - P. C. Roy Choudhury




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