I love the place. I was born and brought up there. It is slowly catching up to the city trends. Recently a shopping mall was opened so finally there is a hangout place. I am living away from home now for more than 10 years. Based on my experience of living both in Muzaffarpur and away from it I will say the following things:
- Buy a mosquito net the moment you reach there and also keep Odomos as a back up plan.
- Be prepared for the power cuts.
- Rainy season will show you what is the peak of water clogging.
- Traffic jams exist and yes people have a problem of honking.
- But living expense will be dirt cheap in comparison to big cities.
- If you love books, be ready to be disappointed since there are shops for academic books but nothing else.
- Street food is good and cheap.
- People are helpful.
- Movie hall at the mall has started , Big Bazaar and Cinepolis has been started . If not then you would have a miserable time if you are a movie buff or you can have a time of your life. Totally depends on your perspective.
- If you are into cricket, you can find cricket buddies if you visit either the L S College ground or chakkar maidan or zila school ground.
- Don’t miss out on Shahi Litchi. That’s one thing which Muzaffarpur is famous for..
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|Anisha Singh, Born and brought up in Muzaffarpur.|