Pir Pahar is one of the heritage sites of the Munger District existing from the thirteenth century. A group of the hillocks in the Shankarpur village poses an awesome beauty near the bank of Ganga River. It is around 4 km from Munger city. The period of Mahabharata and Rāmāyaṇa…View More Pir Pahar: The heritage site of Munger, Bihar
Hari Om to all our Readers! Today is 21st June and its International Yoga Day. Kudos to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for making Indian Yoga a global phenomenon on this day as International Yoga Day. This is well remarkable to all Mungeries as Bihar Yoga Bharati (part of Bihar School of Yoga) …View More 21st June is International Yoga Day: Know why Munger is called ‘The City of Yoga’.
This is our first blog which features young and enthusiastic photographers personality of Munger. The pictures belong to different themes. The themes include culture, life, festival, passion, development, nature and beauty of Munger. Clicking pictures with passions and showcasing your skills is an art which needs lots of effort and…View More Series I: 10 Incredible Photographs of Munger District, Bihar