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Garib Sthan Mandir Temple

Muzaffarpur Village, Muzaffarpur, India
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A famous mandir to visit

I loved the architecture although the road is very crowded, full of dirt and not at all friendly... read more

Reviewed July 12, 2016
KRia1212
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New Delhi, India
A temple which brings luck

Baba Garibnath Mandir is a Major Shiva Temple situated at heart of Muzaffapur in Bihar. The temple... read more

Reviewed April 28, 2016
Ram N K
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New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Jul 12, 2016
“A famous mandir to visit”
Apr 28, 2016
“A temple which brings luck”
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Muzaffarpur Village, Muzaffarpur, India
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Reviewed July 12, 2016

I loved the architecture although the road is very crowded, full of dirt and not at all friendly but the premises of the temple is clean. You feel like divine in the temple, especially near the Shivling. Of course, the pundits are irritating and in...More

1  Thank KRia1212
Reviewed April 28, 2016

Baba Garibnath Mandir is a Major Shiva Temple situated at heart of Muzaffapur in Bihar. The temple is managed by Bihar State Religious Shrine board and managed very carefully. The temple is in close vicinity of Gola (The biggest wholesale market of groceries in north...More

1  Thank Ram N K
Reviewed March 26, 2016 via mobile

Garib sthan is a famous tourist and pilgrim sport of bihar people Nearby good place for shopping Have a nice place and attractions Need more improvement on transportation and quality of rode

2  Thank Chandan K
Reviewed March 17, 2016

Garib Sthan Mandir is one of the most sacred temples in the city. It has been refurbished recently and is visited by the city people often.

1  Thank Neeraj B
Reviewed January 27, 2016

this mandir reminds me of my childhood..this temple is famous for getting blessing and it fulfill your wishes

1  Thank rahulkumar1411
Reviewed October 19, 2015

garibnath temple is one of famous place in North Bihar , its situated in Muzaffarpur City, lots of people do worship every day ,its not far from railway station and bus stand so you can use local auto to reach there if you travel by...More

Thank Patil_Mh
Reviewed August 23, 2015

The tour to Muzaffarpur was for official purpose. During the tour I visited Baba Garibnath Temple situated in the Muzaffarpur City – is a famous Shiva temple. From ancient time there was a huge Banyan tree in the premises of the temple which provided shade...More

1  Thank Kajal N
Reviewed May 22, 2014

A very popular temple situated in the heart of the city. of Lord Shiva. A lot of "Kawariyas" come here during "Sawan" month of Hindu calender. REbuilded and very well finished temple with huge area and there is a "well" which is also very ancient....More

10  Thank Aayush21
Reviewed April 2, 2013

Muzaffarpur is a large city that is located near the Himalayan foothills. The town is famous for its Litchi farms and many people from all over the country travel to the place to sample the delicious fruits. Muzaffarpur is a relatively old city and there...More

9  Thank Shashi A
Reviewed May 30, 2012

This is old Famous temple of Shankar Bhagwan and must Visit place in Muzaffarpur in Bihar You have to take either Rickshaw or on foot (Hindu always go on foot) as its situated in very Rush Place Condition of Road and traffic improved but !!!!...More

12  Thank UPSINHA
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Dodger3771
y, I am planning to visit Bihar in January 2017 and was reading your review of Baba Garibnath temple so I was wondering if non Hindus are allowed to visit the place, noticed on the web that quite a few Hindu temples/sites are forbidden to foreigners/non Hindus. Thanks for your help
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Response from Neeraj B | Reviewed this property |
Welcome to India, Welcome to Bihar and Welcome to Muzaffarpur. Welcome to any Hindu Temple anywhere in the world. People of any faith are most welcome to any Hindu Temple. I can assure that. Being a devout Hindu, I believe... More
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