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SARAN-District of Bihar


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Introduction
The Saran district is a part of the Saran division. Saran is also known as Chhapra.  Chhapra is the headquarters of the Saran district.
The Saran district is bounded by Siwan and Gopalganj districts in the north, the Ganges constitutes the southern boundary of the Saran district beyond which lies the districts Bhojpur and Patna. The Gandak forms the dividing line with Vaishali and Muzaffarpur district in the east and in the west lies district of Siwan and the Balia district of uttar Pradesh.
The district is shaped like a triangle with its apex at the confluence of  boundary of Gopalganj district and Gandak-Ganga river there are three rivers namely the Ganga, Ghaghra, Gandak which encircle the district from south north east and western side respectively. The district is entirely constituted of plains but there are quite a few depressions and marshes, which cause the formation of three broad natural divisions.
Attractions
Important places to visit are Aami, Sonepur, Dhorh Ashram, Gautam Asthan, Silhauri, Chirand
Rivers
Important rivers flowing through the district are Ganges, Ghaghra, Gandak

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