Best time to visit Madhupur in the next six months
- State: Orissa
- Altitude: 439 m
Being very close to Bengal and Orissa, Madhupur’s population has a high percentage of people from Bengal and Orissa. Among the notable people of Bengal who have stayed in this place is Sir Asutosh Mookerjee and his younger son, the famous travel writer, Uma Prasad Mookerjee. The house of their stay in Madhupur, Ganga Prasad Bhaban, is a noted tourist place.
Madhupur is close to popular tourist destinations such as Deoghar, Jamtara, Giridih and Dumka. These places are known for their religious structures and natural bounty such as Dashavatar Temple, Jain shrines, Jharkhandi Dham, Raksha Kali Temple, Baba Sumeshwar Nath Temple, Usri Falls, Mayurakshi River and more.
As the name suggests, Madhupur is popular for its Bengali sweets. One can also find a variety of locally made but quality goods such as garments, pottery, paintings, utensils, toys and such in Madhupur’s markets.
Madhupur is connected by road and rail to various areas of Bengal and Orissa.