Lakhisarai

Posted: 19.04.2017

Lakhisarai, Bihar, India

Lakhisarai

Lakhisarai (archaic spelling: Luckeesarai) town is the administrative headquarters of Lakhisarai district in the Indian state of Bihar. The town has a population of 99,931 (2011 census). It is well connected by road and rail routes. It is situated 50 km west of the town of Munger. The town hosts small scale industrial units, including rice mills and iron rod, sindur (vermilion), drugs and insecticide factories. The Ganges, Harohar and Kiul rivers flow through the district. There is a popular Hindu temple named Ashokdham Temple.[2] Pokhram village in Lakhisarai has temples and a pond. Famous Hindu Temple of Shree Shesh Nag Baba in the west BABHAGAWAN Village.

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