Saurath: This is a road side village on Madhubani-Jaynagar road and is renowned for a temple known as Somnath Mahadev. It owes its importance to the annual Sabha held by Maithili Brahmins for negotiating marriages.
Kapileswarsthan: A village situated nine kms from Madhubani District headquarters. The village is noted for its Lord Shiva Temple, also known as 'Kapileswarsthan'. Numerous devotees congregate at the temple every Monday and particularly in the month of Shravan. A large fair is also held on Mahashivratri.
Uchaitha: The village in Benipatti block is noted for its temple of Bhagwati on the western bank of Thumne River. According to a legend, renowned Sanskrit language poet and dramatist Kalidasa was blessed by Goddess Sarawasti at this place.
Bhawanipur: It is a large village situated five kms away from the block headquarter of Pandaul. The village is noted for its temple of Ugaranath and traditional association with famous poet, Vidyapati. As the legend says, Vidyapati was such a great devotee of Lord Shiva that the latter began to serve Vidyapati as his servant named Ugana. All these tourism spots of Madhubani District attract travellers from different corners of the country.
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