Kesaria Industrial Visit

Kesaria going students can have their industrial visit at Mehsi Pearl Button Industry, The Pearl Button Industry at Mehsi, only one of its kind in the whole country, had earned fame in the world. The button manufactured here is made from oyster shell.

One of the famous Buddhists sites, Kesaria in the East Champaran district of Bihar is home to one of the most striking architectural remains of ancient India. The colossal Buddhist Stupa, excavated here in 1998 by The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), is hailed as the largest in the world.

With a height of 104 feet and circumference of almost 1400 feet, this imposing structure is larger than the Borobudur sputa in Indonesia. Located in a serene ambience, the Kesaria stupa is a testimony to the greatness of the ancient Buddhist architecture and stands out as a worthy emblem of a great religion.

Sights to See

Kesaria Stupa

The largest Buddhist Stupa is one of the most famous Buddhist sites in the world. Stupa is generally a mound commemorating the Buddha’s death. These stupas are revered by the Buddhists. Several stupas were raised by the great Mauryan emperor Ashoka throughout India.

How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport is Patna that is connected to major cities in India.
Chakia is the nearest railhead that is connected with major cities and places in India.
Kesaria is connected by good motorable roads to all places in India.
Kesaria is:
  • 22 km from Chakia
  • 40 km from Motihari
  • 75 km from Muzaffarpur
  • 55 km from Vaishali
  • 80 km from Sonepur
  • 110 km from Patna

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Industries Nearby

  • Mehsi Pearl Button Industry
  • Railway Wagon Factory Muzaffarpur

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


One of the major cities and trading centers of Bihar, Muzaffarpur is located on Burhi Gandak River and named after Muzaffar Khan who founded it in the 18th century. The area which constitutes the present day Muzaffarpur once formed part of Lichhavi kingdom, one of the oldest republics of the world. Vaishali, the seat of power of the Lichhavi, shares its border with that of Muzaffarpur. Needless to say, there are plenty of interesting historical sites around this area. The city’s other claim to fame is its best quality Litchi, which are exported all over the world. Muzaffarpur is also one of the gateways to Nepal.

Vaishali attracts visitors who come to this district town in Bihar for a brush with history and spirituality. The place has antiquities of centuries. One of the greatest cities of the 5th century BC, Vaishali is credited with being the world’s first republic to have a duly elected assembly of representatives and efficient administration. The place finds mention in the great epic of Ramayana.

Located in Saran district of Bihar, at the confluence of two mighty rivers, the Ganga and Gandak, it is a small town amid picturesque surroundings, close to the Mahatma Gandhi Setu, the longest road bridge in Asia. Sonepur is famous for hosting one of Asia’s largest cattle fairs. The month-long event, better known as Sonepur Mela, is held in the month of November every year.