Mahatma Gandhi Setu

Chapra-Patna Hwy
Terahrasia, BR - 844101

Type: Landmarks
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The Mahatma Gandhi Setu is a prominent bridge that spans the river Ganges, connecting the city of Patna in Bihar to Hajipur in the state of Bihar, India. It is one of the longest river bridges in India, with a length of approximately 5.75 kilometers (3.57 miles).

Constructed in the 1980s, the Mahatma Gandhi Setu serves as a vital transportation link, facilitating the movement of vehicles, goods, and people between Patna and Hajipur, as well as other parts of Bihar and neighboring states. It plays a crucial role in the region's transportation network, providing connectivity and accessibility across the Ganges River.

The bridge is named after Mahatma Gandhi, the iconic leader of India's independence movement, in honor of his contributions to the nation. It is not only a functional infrastructure but also a symbolic landmark that represents progress, connectivity, and unity.

However, over the years, the Mahatma Gandhi Setu has faced challenges related to its maintenance and structural integrity, leading to periodic repairs and maintenance work. Despite these challenges, the bridge remains a significant landmark in Bihar and an important artery for transportation and connectivity in the region.

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