Munger, this location has been one of the most popular tourist destinations. The illustrious warrior named Karna, governed over this place, as per Mahabharata. Several of the most spectacular Mughal architectural specimens can be observed in the ancient memorials present in Munger. The mixture of the different Indian and Mughal customs and traditions is mirrored on this place.
The land, which makes up the current day Munger, was an element in the Anga Mahajanapada. Munger, also known as Mudgagiri, functioned as the capital of the Pala Kingdom. One of the last fights fought by Mir Kasim, the Nawab of Bengal, took place right on this location. When the British Government took over the control over Munger, it became a part of Bhagalpur. At that time Munger was called Monghyr.
The city of Munger has many distinctions to its name. It is interesting to note that during the First World War, it was the city of Munger that produced cartridge guns. Even during the Indo China War the Munger Gun Factory played a crucial role in 1962. Munger city is rich in scenic beauty by virtue of its location on the bank of the river Ganga. The presence of divine ghats in the city’s proximity adds to the mesmerising view.