The tradition of "ahimsa" has been carried into the modern times and the land was witness to the "Satyagraha (or non-violence) Movement" of the Father of the Nation, Mahatama Gandhi.
Motihari (East Champaran)
Motihari was the first laboratory and probably it will not be very incorrect to say that it has been the spring board for India’s independence. Gandhiji’s visit in April 1917 and work in the villages of Champaran district sent a wave of The tradition of "ahimsa" has been carried into the modern times and the land was witness to the "Satyagraha (or
non-violence) Movement" of the Father of the Nation, Mahatama Gandhi.
Betia (West Champaran)
Betia has at along been the most populous town in this district. It is also the largest trade centre of West Champaran district. The Betia Raj Cutcherry and the Marwari Dharmashala where Mahatma Gandhi stayed are well worth visit.
Brindaban (West Champaran)
It is a small village in the Betia subdivision under Chanpatia block. It has the Gram Seva Kendra which had been planned to work out the deals of the Gandhi Seva Sangh. The All – India Gandhi Seva Sangh held their annual conference at this village in 1937. It was attended by Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Gandhijee stayed here in 1939 and started an Ashram, which is still functioning.
Sadaquat Ashram (Patna District)
It is situated in digha area on Patna-Danapur Road and in pre-independence days guided the freedom movement in Bihar. It is associated with the memories of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Maulana Mazhrul Haque and other leaders.
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