Basic Information

Saharsa is situated on the bank of the famous river Kosi, which derived its name from the famous saint Kaushik. Saharsa was the homeland of the famous learned scholar Pandit Mandan Mishra with whom the great Adi Shankaracharya had come to debate, after travelling a great distance, from the south of India. There are indications that around this time, the region was under the influence of Buddhism and Adi Shankaracharya had come to try to check its spread and stop the declination of Hinduism. The very birth place of Lord Buddha, Lumbini in Nepal is only 150-200 km north-east of this place. 

Due to the close proximity of the Himalayan range, the climate of Saharsa is mostly pleasant throughout the year. You will find lush green fields, clear sky and pollution free air. In the summer, within a couple of days of hot weather, there is bound to be a shower.


LBKMCH is situated outside Saharsa town, in Baijnathpur village, in the district of Saharsa, Bihar. It is on the Saharsa- Madhepura highway, 8 km from Saharsa town and 15 km from Madhepura.



By Road:

The college site has the advantage of being located in the immediate proximity of two main highways. This provides excellent road connectivity to Purnia (1.5 hrs), Darbhanga (2 hrs), Patna (6 hrs), Siliguri (5 hrs) etc. The college site is 7 km from the Saharsa bus stand and 300 m from the local Baijnathpur bus stand with regular buses to all the major cities and towns in Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal.

By Rail:

The closest railway station is Saharsa Junction (7 km). There are regular trains to Patna, Ranchi, Delhi, Kolkata and Amritsar. The closest major railway station is Barauni Junction (3 hrs) which is very well connected to all the major towns and cities in India.

By Air:

The nearest airports are Patna (6 hrs away) and Bagdogra (5 hrs away). Both these airports are well connected by flight to the rest of the country.


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