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Trip Planner Asia  /  India  /  Bihar  /  Monghyr District  /  Munger
Munger is a twin city and a Municipal Corporation situated in the Indian state of Bihar. It is the administrative headquarters of Munger district and Munger Division. It is the fifth largest city of Bihar and second largest city in Eastern Bihar.Historically, Munger is known for being an ancient seat of rule. The twin city comprises Munger and Jamalpur situated on the southern bank of the river Ganges. It is situated 60 km west of Bhagalpur, and 180 km east of capital city Patna.ClimateThe climate of Munger is subtropical . The Köppen climate classification sub-type for this climate is humid subtropical.DemographicsAs per 2011 census, Munger Municipal Corporation and Jamalpur Municipal Council has a total population of 3,88,000, out of which 2,00,000 were males and 1,88,000 were females. It had a sex ratio of 883. The population below 5 years was 42,260. The literacy rate of the 7+ population was 81.83 per cent.Places of interestMunger Fort, covers an area of around 222 acresChandika Asthan, a sacred Shakti-PeethKastaharni Ghat on the GangesBhimbandh Wildlife SanctuaryBadi Durga TempleSita Charan is situated on mid of the river Ganga
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