Happy Bihar Diwas

Bihar Diwas, also known as Bihar Day, is an annual celebration commemorating the formation of the state of Bihar. Observed on March 22nd each year, Bihar Diwas holds immense significance as it marks the day when the state of Bihar was carved out of the Bengal Presidency in 1912. This day not only symbolizes the administrative reorganization but also serves as a reminder of Bihar’s rich cultural heritage, historical significance, and its contributions to the diverse tapestry of Indian culture.

The history of Bihar is deeply intertwined with the history of ancient India. The region of Bihar, often referred to as Magadha in ancient texts, was the epicenter of one of the earliest and most powerful kingdoms in India. It was here that the Maurya and Gupta dynasties flourished, leaving behind a legacy of remarkable architectural marvels, profound literature, and significant contributions to the fields of art, culture, and governance.

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