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About Simna
Welcome to Simna International Hotel
Hotel Simna International Located at Muzaffarpur, Muzaffarpur is famous for Shahi lichees and is known as the "Lichee Kingdom". It is situated on the banks of the perennial Burhi Gandak River, which flows from the Someshwar Hills of Himalayas.
domes and walkways are flooded with sunlight open terrace offer magnificent views of the city.

Hotel Simna International will ensure that during your stay the impact of these developments will be kept to a minimum, and we will continue delivering the highest standard of service. As part of our continued efforts to ensure the high standards of our leisure facilities we got AN ISO 9001:2008.

Describe Location:

→ 1.5 KM from Railway Station
→ 1.0 KM from Government Bus Station
→ 1.0 KM from N.H.- 28
→ 1.0 KM from Bhagwanpur Chowk
→ 1.5 KM from Government Offices
→ 8.0 KM from Muzaffarpur Airport
→ 70.0 KM from Patna Airport
→ 35.0 KM from Vaishali Stupa
→ 40.0 KM from Kesariya Stupa
Sight Seeings
The Litchi garden
Being a well-known producer of 3 lakh tons of Litchi every year, the Litchi gardens becomes most attractive place in the month of May and June, when fruits get ripe. It makes the visitors fascinated with tonnes of ripe litchis. Bochaha, Musahari and Jhapaha are the famous litchi gardens those come within 7 km radius of city.
Baba Garib Asthan Mandir
This is one of the oldest temples in Muzaffarpur Bihar. It is located in Purani Bazar area of Muzaffarpur. As per the myths, A Shivling is obtained from a mass of banyan tree, which is later cut by a man to build his cottage over there. After cutting few trees, red water started coming out and revealed the Shivling. Later on, the man who cut down all the Banyan trees felt guilty and he was amazed too seeing the red water. After spending few nights without sleep and peace of mind, this man got a dream from baba Gharib Nath that he is Garibnath and he has immense sympathy for the poor. Then baba Garibnath ordered the man to establish the Shivling at the same place and to call his great devotee Shri Shivadhari pathak of Chapra district to come and worship him daily while look after the Temple. As the time passed, it keeps attracting devotees across the globe and becomes messy during Shravan. It is also called the second "Baidnath".
Ramna Devi Mandir
While every temple in Muzaffarpur has some history of ancient time, Ramna Devi Mandir does not have any ancient history. Rather, it denotes the worship of Maa Durga and attracts numbers of visitors due to its architectural beauty. Bachha Babu who was the richest man in Muzaffarpur during his time, made it a dream project to establish the temple of Durga Maa. He was a loyal devotee of Maa Durga.
Baglamukhi Mandir
It is situated near the Hathi Chowk in Muzaffarpur, Bihar. This temple is also known as "Siddh Peeth" as it fulfills wishes of devotees. During Navratri, many tantriks come here and it becomes the fair of tantriks. Very few people know that the statue of Baglamukhi is made-up of Ashtadhatu (eight metals). 282 years ago, the ancestors of Mahanth Ajit Kumar Prasad established this temple. The statue of Maa Baglamukhi was made in Kolkata. Maa baglamukhi is the demolisher of enemies. This temple has its own Mashan to feed the Devi Maa with wine, fish, etc. people from different places come to this place to get rid of enemies, occult activities (kala jadu) and court cases. All these problems can be solved by conducting havan at this place.
Sri Ram Temple
This is the famous temple of Lord Rama situated at small village of Muzaffarpur called Sahu Pokhar. Huge numbers of pilgrims come here every year to get immense spiritual solace. In this temple, there is a third largest Shivling in India, which no doubt attracts huge numbers of devotees and travelers across the world. Very few people know that the temple is build by a Rajasthani artist, which was later maintained by Shri Shiv Prasad Sahu.
Ram Chandra Sahi Museum
If you are fond of Indian history, then you should not miss a single chance to visit this museum. Although, this museum is not in a great condition, it has come up as an only one museum in entire Muzaffarpur. It has rich and various collections of coins and artifacts from ancient history. Collection of rare postage stamps is also there. It has owned a place in thejubba Sahni Park.
Simri mai Temple of Police Line
It is a famous "Devi Peeth" situated near Muzaffarpur engineering college (MIT) in Saraswati Nagar and it is called Simri Mai. There is a ritual to break coconut to please the "Bhagawati". Some people say that there was an old lady, who used to stay there in a hut and she used to meditate for long hours during night. One day she took Samadhi on the 17th day of Navratri. Since the day onwards, this place became famous with the status of lokpeeth and people started called it Smiri Mai. There is a 150 years old tree.
Jubba Sahni Park
This park is named as per the name of a freedom fighter called Jubba Sahni. To offer him a Tribute a Children Park with his name has inaugurated. While children are playing, you may take a refreshing walk on green grasses and can spend some peaceful evening or morning time in the lap of nature.
Vaishali Stupa
Vaishali is located on the left bank of river Gandak and has immense historical significance. The Buddha preached a number of times in this small town and the place also became a venue for the second Buddhist Council. The Vishwa Shanti Stupa and the Buddhist stupas are of great importance in this town. Apart from these, you can also pay a visit to the Vaishali Museum which showcases the archaeological remains discovered in this place. The Vishwa Shanti Stupa, which is also known as the pillar of peace, is the most recent holy attraction for the Buddhists. Built jointly by the Indian and the Japanese government, the Vishwa Shanti Stupa is the highest stupa of the world.
Kesariya Stupa
Kesariya is located 55 km north west of Vaishali in the state of Bihar in India. In the time of the Buddha, it was known as Kessaputta. The place was the venue where the Buddha delivered His famous Kalama Sutta to the Kalama people. Through this discourse, the Buddha urged His followers to analyse His teachings thoroughly before accepting them. The details of the discourse can be found in the The Buddha's Charter of Free Inquiry: Kalama Sutta, Wheel No 8.