Purnia, located in Bihar, owes its name to its oldest temple of Mata Puran Devi. Durga Puja at uniquely designed Ramakrishna Mission at Purnia is very famous. Purnia is famous for spirituality and Sufism. Darghah of Hazrat Mustafa Jamalul Haque Bandagi, Chimni Baza is also located in this city. The Dargah is responsible for the noble work of spreading education, culture and secularism.
Purnia an agriculturally blessed land has rich alluvial land owing to number of rivers flowing through it. The major rivers are the Mahananda, the Koli, the Kosi, the Suwara, and the Panar. The rivers also add to the natural beauty of the place. The greenery attracts the tourists as well as the commoners.
You could also enjoy some site seeing at the monument anciently known as Kala Bhawan. It still holds the remnants of its King Raja Kalanand Singh and the successors still inhibit the place.
Well connected by road and railways the place has a good space to spend vacation with your loved ones.