Chhapra is a small town in the Saran District of Bihar. The region of Chhapra has been mentioned in the Indian mythologies and was also an important trade route in the 18th century Indian subcontinent.Chhapra is well known for the Ashok Pillar (33 km). It is also said that the Lord Buddha made his 13th stop at Chhpara before attaining nirvana.
Places to Stay
There are many budget hotels in Chhapra that one can stay. The Coffee House Hotel, Ramdoot Hotel and the Yuvraj Hotel are some options.
Hindi and Urdu are the official languages of the state. Bhojpuri is also spoken in the region.
Makar Sangkranti or the harvest festival and Holi are celebrated with fervour. Diwali and Dushhera are given a lot of importance as well.
Places of Interest
The Baba Mahendar Nath Temple (40 km)- houses Lord Shiva and is spread over 17 acres, is worth a visit. Nearby Dhorh Ashram (45 km) -showcases some of the archaeological artefacts found here.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Chhapra is in Patna 84 km away.
Chhapra Railway Station is a railway junction on the East Central Railway and is connected to all major Indian cities.
At around 1.4km from Chhapra is the Chhapra Bus Stand. Several local and private companies provide bus services to and from Chhapra to nearby places. TicketGoose.com is your one stop solution for all your bus travel needs. Online bus booking in India makes it possible to book bus tickets without any hassle.