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Motihari is located in the East Champaran district of Bihar. It falls under the Tirhut Division of the state and functions as the headquarter of its district. The place is quite near to the country border between India and Nepal as well as India and Bangladesh. Motihari is known for its wonderful scenic beauty. The picturesque Motijheel Lake is of stunning beauty and it divides the town into two parts. The Gandhi Sangrahalaya in Motihari is known for its collection of relics and photographs of the Satyagraha at Champaran. The Gandhian Memorial Pillar at Motihari is another famous landmark of Motihari. The city has more than 1 lakh residents who mainly speak in Hindi and Bhojpuri.

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