A small village in Bihar’s Supaul district, Nirmali is 217 km away from its capital city, Patna. Some of its nearby cities include Darbhanga (84 km), Samastipur (130 km) and Muzaffarpur (147 km). It lies on the banks of the rivers Koshi and Balaan. Nirmali is renowned for its rice production.
Places to Stay
Nirmali does not have much to offer its tourists in terms of accommodation. Darbhanga, which is 84 km from here, has a number of budget hotels for tourists, including Hotel AP Palace (Tariff – Rs.1,000), Hotel Rama Residency (Tariff – Rs.1,000) and Hotel Naveen Residency (Tariff – Rs.1,000).
Maithili and Hindi are commonly spoken in Nirmali.
Mahashivaratri in February, Dasara in September-October, Chhath Puja and Diwali in October-November are some of the major festivals celebrated with great pomp in Nirmail.
Places of Interest
Nirmali has several places to visit in and around the village. Some of them are Pratapganj (21 km), Chhatapur (24 km), Jogabani (28 km) and Forbesgani (36 km).
How to Get There
The nearest airport from here is the Patna International Airport, which is 223 km from here.
Darbhanga Junction Railway Station (86 km away) is the nearest major railhead connecting the village to other cities.
Buses are available from Darbhanga, Samastipur and Patna. State-run buses cater to passengers travelling in the region. Volvo bus booking through bus booking websites like TicketGoose.com is very convenient.