I come from a very small place in Bihar, called Darbhanga. It is such a small place that one can easily get from one end to the other within 4-5 hours. And for entertainment too, one will hardly get a place to visit.
In fact, restaurants are the only places where one can enjoy one’s friend’s company. Though with time, businessmen are trying to open more places to hang out for students as well as other tourists.
When it comes to language, Darbhanga is famous for its Maithili language which in itself holds the sweetness of eternity. And the people here are mostly occupied with various businesses, of which business of clothes and eateries are the best ones for investors.
Earlier, even the shopping stores were very less in number here but now one can find franchises of most of the famous shopping stores.
Despite being a smaller region, my hometown holds most of the memories of my life. It is the place where the great Raj Ground is situated with some of the most beautiful buildings in it like Nargauna Palace, Kali Temple, Wish Temple, etc.
Though now it hardly has any Royal significance as it has been converted into two great universities, Lalit Narayan Mithila University and Sanskrit University. In fact, this university campus is the only campus in Asia which has two universities within it.
In addition to the charm of the university campus, one can relish the delicious mangoes and samosas for which Darbhanga is famous all across the globe. And not to forget about the Dosa of the famous restaurant “Rajasthan”, that serves the world’s best dosa which you’ll not find even in the South.
Last but not the least, my hometown holds a very special place in the hearts of people who visit it even once because of the unity it holds in its diversity.