Chandradhari Museum, Darbhanga. This museum was established on 7 December 1957 on the north bank of Mansarowar Lake. Late Chandradhari Singh of Ranti Dyordhi (Madhubani) donated all the artifact and other rare objects. It was shifted in double story building in 1974. There is no entry fee for visiting the Museum.
Darbhanga was, as of 2011, the sixth-largest urban agglomeration in the Indian state of Bihar with a population of nearly three lakh people. It is a municipal corporation and the administrative headquarters for Darbhanga district and Darbhanga division.
Lalit Narayan Mithila University topic. The Lalit Narayan Mithila University ( LNMU ) is a public university in India . Begun in 1972, the university initially functioned from the Mohanpur House at Sara Mohanpur village of Darbhanga–Sakri route. In 1975, it was shifted to the campus belonging to Raj Darbhanga . The university is in Darbhanga town.
The last ruler of Raj Darbhanga was Maharaja Bahadur Sir Kameshwar Singh. He died in 1960 without naming a successor. Controversy over royal status. The origin of the royal family of Darbhanga is traced to a grant of the Sarkar of Tirhut to Mahesh Thakur by Akbar.