Punpun is a satellite town in Patna Metropolitan Region in Patna district in the Indian state of Bihar. It is located 10 km south of Patna. The name Punpun comes from the river Punpun, a tributary of river Ganges, on whose bank the village has flourished.

17.6 sq km of area in Dumri Village in Punpun block of Patna (PMR) has been allocated for IT Park.[1][2] This place has a good development scope in Patna and very close to Patna and connected by Rail and Road NH 83 and SH 78.


Punpun is located in Bihar
Location in Bihar, India
Coordinates: 25°29′N 85°07′E / 25.48°N 85.12°ECoordinates: 25°29′N 85°07′E / 25.48°N 85.12°E
Country India
MetropolisPatna Metropolitan Region
 • BodyPatna Municipal Corporation
60 m (200 ft)
 • Total116,394
 • OfficialMaithili, Hindi
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)


Mata Seeta has spent some time near Punpun village at the bank of Punpun River. For Pind-dan Gaya and Punpun are the most important/ auspicious places in Hindu Dharma. Every year from Nepal and all over India Hindus come here to do pind-dan. It is said that the first pind-dan was done in Punpun later than Gaya. Many towns such as Sigori are located on the banks of the river.


Punpun is only 12 km from Patna, and better connectivity of train and road so it develop the education hub in future. AIIMS And IIT are located 15 km in range. In Punpun a S.M.D. College and Subodh Kumar mahila College provide Post Graduate Level Education. A 10+2 level government School for boys and girls give better education for that reason. There are a lot of primary government and private schools to improve the education quality.

Punpun is on its way to be developed into a business hub, as many small companies have started to invest in the area. Kingfisher will start beer factory in Nabutpur. In Micro-level there are so many self-employment co-operative society are running and provide job, for example Alawalpur(Punpun) village will start a self co-operative milk union to promote true dairy products in Patna. In this dairy guided by educated youth of Alwalpur for better utilization of resource and promote job inside the village. Awesome Punpun is the facebook group. This group is under punpun, news, festival all activities, etc. - The Awesome Punpun


There are many playgrounds in Punpun. Cricket is a very popular game in Punpun. High School Ground, Gandhi Maidan, and S.M.D. College ground are the main playgrounds in Punpun.



Punpun Ghat


Road bridge


Railway bridge


  1. ^ "पुनपुन की डुमरी में विकसित होगी बिहार की आइटी सिटी".
  2. ^ "साइबराबाद की तर्ज पर बनेगी बिहार की पहली साइबर सिटी, जानिए".
Ajay river

Ajay (/ˈədʒɑɪ/) is a river which flows through the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal. The word “Ajay” means “Unconquerable”.

Brahmani River (Birbhum)

The Brahmani River is a tributary of the Dwarka River.


Fatuha also spelled Fatwah or Fatwa, is a Satellite town in Patna Metropolitan Region, in the Patna district in the Indian state of Bihar. Fatuha lies 24 km east of Patna the capital of Bihar. Fatuha is an important industrial centre known for small industries and its handloom industries. The city's name is said to come from its status as a center of textile manufacturing.

Goodnight Punpun

Goodnight Punpun (Japanese: おやすみプンプン, Hepburn: Oyasumi Punpun) is a manga written and illustrated by Inio Asano, published between March 2007 and November 2013.

A drama story, it follows the life of a normal child named Onodera Punpun, from his elementary school years to his early 20s, as he copes with his dysfunctional family, love life, friends, life goals and hyperactive mind, while occasionally focusing on the lives and struggles of his schoolmates and family. Punpun and the members of his family are normal humans, but are depicted to the reader in the forms of birds. The manga explores themes such as depression, love, social isolation, sex, death, and family.

It was published in Japan by Weekly Young Sunday for the first year of its run, and then by Big Comic Spirits until its conclusion. The publisher in North America is Viz Media.

Kiul River

The Kiul River (Hindi: किऊल नदी) is a tributary of Ganges. It originates in Giridih of Jharkhand and flows through Lakhisarai, Sheikhpura and Jamui districts of the Indian state of Bihar and joins Harohar river in the Diara region.

Konar Dam

Konar dam is the second of the four multi-purpose dams included in the first phase of the Damodar Valley Corporation.. It was constructed across the Konar River, a tributary of the Damodar River in Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand and opened in 1955. The place has scenic beauty and has been developed as a recreational spot.Konar Dam is 4,535 metres (14,879 ft) long and 48.77 metres (160.0 ft) high. The reservoir covers an area of 27.92 km2.

Lilajan River

The Lilājan River (also known by its Sanskrit name: Nairañjanā) is a river that flows through the Chatra and Gaya districts in the Indian states of Jharkhand and Bihar. It is also referred to as the Nilanjan, Niranjan or Falgu River.


Masaurhi (Hindi - मसौढ़ी) is a city and a Nagar Parishad in Patna district in the Indian state of Bihar. Masaurhi is also a Sub-division in Patna district.

Mohana River

The Mohana River (also called Mohani River/Mohane River) flows through the Hazaribagh, Chatra and Gaya districts in the Indian states of Jharkhand and Bihar.

Obra, Bihar

Obra is a small town 15 km away from the district headquarters on NH-98 (Garwa-Patna). Obra is also the headquarters of Obra block, under Daudnagar sub-division and a block of 144 villages having population of 220,000 (Census 2001). In Obra block there are 20 panchayats each averaging 6 villages. Block stretched in north, east and south and demarcated by Daudnagar, Rafiganj, Aurangabad blocks and in west it is Rohtas district. Mahatma Gandhi and Bihar Vibhuti Dr. Anugraha Narain Sinha came to Obra during national independence movement.

Situated on the confluence of Punpun and Adri river, the rolling topography of the town is typical, spread on the plain of the Son river bed known for its very fertile land.

Patna Metropolitan Region

Patna Metropolitan Region (Hindi: पटना महानगरीय क्षेत्र) is an official definition of the metropolitan area surrounding the Bihar capital city Patna in India. It is also known as the Patna metropolitan area, or Patna planning area. It consists of one municipal corporation and five municipal councils of Patna district. The entire region has an estimated population (as of 2001) of 2,874,000 over an area of 1,167.04 km².

The Government of Bihar notified this area on 13 August 2014, replacing PRDA area, which included Hajipur in Vaishali district and Sonepur in Saran district.In October 2016, Bihar cabinet approved the Patna master plan 2031 which envisages development of a new airport at Bihta. Bihar government is acquiring 126 acres of land for construction of the new airport. 17.6 km2 of area in Dumri Village in Punpun block of Patna Metropolitan Region has been allocated for IT Park.

Patna–Gaya line

The Patna–Gaya line is a railway line connecting Patna on the Howrah-Delhi main line and Gaya on the Howrah-Gaya-Delhi line both in the Indian state of Bihar.


The Phalgu or Falgu, a river that flows past Gaya, India in the Indian state of Bihar, is a sacred river for Hindus and Buddhists. In ancient scriptures, it is called the Nairañjanā in Sanskrit.

Popolocrois (TV series)

The first anime series of Popolocrois Story was released in 1998, and the story is based immediately after the first PlayStation game PoPoLoCrois Monogatari and before the Poporogue game. There have been two different series. The first series is about the adventure after the defeat of the Ice Demon: a girl named "Hyuu" came to Popolocrois, and the second series is 15 years after Maira's defeat. The second anime series features brand new characters, along with some of the old ones.

The main character for the second series is Pinon, who is the son of Pietro and Narcia. The second series is perfectly based on the fourth PlayStation 2 game in Japan, PoPoLoCrois: Adventure of Beginnings (Japanese title: Popolocrois Hajimari no Bouken; official English Title: Popolocrois: A New Departure), and the fifth PlayStation 2 game Popolocrois: Law of the Moon Adventure (Japanese title: Popolocrois Tsuki no Okite no Bouken; official English title: Popolocrois: Enchanted Lunar Tale).

In the anime, some colors are different. Pietro's hair is blonde rather than brown (but in the game, it says he's blonde), and White Knight's cape and helmet feather are red instead of blue (in the 1st edition game, they were red, and changed to blue after Popolocrois Monogatari II, the third PlayStation game in Japan. In the PlayStation Portable version, the graphics of II were used). Narcia's eyes are green instead of blue, and there some minor coloring details in some of the secondary characters (Queen Sania, King Paulo and Guilda).

Note: The second animation was produced by Tokyo Movie Shinsha.

Punpun River

The Punpun River is a tributary of the Ganges. It originates in Palamu district of Jharkhand and flows through Chatra, Aurangabad, Gaya and Patna districts of the Indian states of Jharkhand and Bihar.


Rajrappa is a waterfall and a pilgrimage centre in Ramgarh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.

Son River

Son River (also spelt Sone) of central India is the second largest of the Ganges' southern tributaries after Yamuna River.

The Kabra khurd is a beautiful place on the banks of the son river, primarily due to its picnic spots.

Surajkund hot spring

Surajkund hot spring (also called Surya Kund) is a natural hot spring in Belkapi gram panchayat of Barkatha community development block in Barhi subdivision of Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.

Tilaiya Dam

Tilaiya Dam was the first of the four multi-purpose dams included in the first phase of the Damodar Valley Corporation. It was constructed across the Barakar River, at Tilaiya in Koderma district in the Indian state of Jharkhand and opened in 1953.

History of Patna
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Sports complex
Shopping complex
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See also
Cities and towns in Patna Division
Bhojpur district
Buxar district
Kaimur district
Patna district
Rohtas district
Nalanda district
Ganga River banks
Religious complex
Infotainment complex
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Places near Patna

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