The district of Madhepura in Bihar
is situated in the plains of river Koshi. It is bounded by Saharsa
districts. Madhepura covers an area of 1,788 sq km and has a population of around one and a half million.
Madhepura District is historically important. The pillar of Maurya and a mosque of the time of Akbar at Uda-Kishunganj are some of the examples. The coins found in Sahugarh village are proof of the visit of Sikander Shah in those days.
The maximum temperature ranges from 35°C to 40°C in summer and 7°C to 9°C in winter. It receives an annual rainfall of about 1300 mm.
Madhepura is an agricultural district. It is linked with meter gauge rail of North-Eastern Railway.