Bihar-Patna City Map - A closer look at Patna's History
Bihar, which lies between the states of West Bengal and UP, is the 12th largest state when it comes to size. It is also a state that has got the highest number of population, and 3rd in India. Bihar is also known for the average age of people who are below 25.
The view of the Ganges River that separates Bihar into two, runs from west to east, gives us a clear picture of the Son River, and Gandak River dividing the state. Patna showcases many industries that give employment to 36 lakhs people in Patna. Agriculture also plays a vital role in providing to the need of the day-to-day Patna people. Road, Rail and Air Transportation very well link Patna to other parts of the country, and the Patna Map gives a complete visual on the Railway Lines. National Highways 30, 31, 98 and 22 plays a major role in providing transportation in and out of Patna. The National Highway 31 passes through major districts and also lies in the midst of the Railway Lines from Eastern Railways.
Patna has got many tourist locations as seen on the map. As described above, tourists are still seeking Nalanda University for their education. Apart from that, there are many other notable places to visit, like the Gandhi Sangrahalaya, Museums in Jalan, Golghar, Sher Shah Suri Masjid, Srikrishna Science Center etc. All these notable tourist places can be found in the district view of the map. Even after such major developments in Bihar, it still lags in human and economic developments, which the state is trying to constantly grow. Bihar's election plays an important role in the assembly elections. Bihar is also noted in India for its fastest growing economy when compared to Delhi and Pondicherry, which are also known for their growth.
Bihar-Patna city map not only gives the terrain features of the State, but it also portrays how rich the state is in terms of the Colleges, Universities, National Highways it boasts about.
Last Updated on 29 June 2012
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