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Madhubani district,Bihar

Madhubani is a town and a municipality in Madhubani district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is the district headquarters. It lies 26 km northeast of Darbhanga town and was part of the erstwhile ‘Bettiah Raj’. Internal disputes and family quarrels divided the Bettiah Raj in course of time. The Madhuban Raj in Madhubani was created as a consequence.The word “Madhuban” means “forest of honey” from which Madhubani is derived, but sometimes it is also known as “madhu”+”vaani”, meaning “sweet” “voice/language”. Madhubani is the cultural heart of Mithilanchal, being the birthplace of many literary people and home to Madhubani Paintings.It is said to be that Madhubani is the world’s second city who adopted democracy.

History
Madhubani became a district in 1972 when it was split from Darbhanga district.
Geography
Madhubani district occupies an area of 3,501 square kilometres (1,352 sq mi),comparatively equivalent to the Bahamas’ North Andros Island.

Rivers:Kamala, Bhutahi Balaan, Bachharaja, Balaan, Tirsulla, Jeevachh. Kosi, Dhous, Ghaghr Sugarba Nadi from Chharapatti Village near place is Khutauna market

River Kamala & Kosi is biggest river of this district. Madhubani’s most famous village is ‘Debhi tola’ here many temples namely Debeshwar Nath Mahadev, Sankat Mochan & Baba Dihbar. “Ziraat” an ideal place is also part of Debhi tol. It is constituted between Mithila Deep & Lakhnour Gaon near by Jhanjharpur.

Economy
In 2006 the Ministry of Panchayati Raj named Madhubani one of the country’s 250 most backward districts (out of a total of 640).[4] It is one of the 36 districts in Bihar currently receiving funds from the Backward Regions Grant Fund Programme (BRGF). But in last few years there a lot of changes happened This sansk city is going to adopt urbanisation.
Language and Culture
Maithili, Hindi, and Urdu

Maithili has highly developed literature. Madhubani has produced several authors in different fields. Vidyapati wrote collection of poems known as “Padabali”. Dr. Jaikant Mishra wrote History of Maithili literature. Mukund Jha Bakshi wrote Mithila Bhasamay Itihas, a first historical book in Maithili.Madhubani has been a center of learning Nepalese Maithili Culture in India from ancient time and it retains that position even now.

Media
Madhubani has an All India Radio Relay station known as Akashvani Madhubani. It broadcasts on FM frequencies.
Temples
-Ugna Mahadev
-Ekadash Rudra Mahadev