Category: People of Mithila

Gram Dagmara jilla supaun niwasi awkash prapt captain Tejnath Mishra 16 september 2012 ke swarg sidhari gelah,bhartiya sainya sewa me hunkar bahut yogdan chalain , 3 ber Rastrapati virta puraskar samet hunka 10 ta medal bhetal rahain,bharat pakistan aa bharat chin k ladai me hunkar virtapurn yogdan rahain,sena sa sewanivrit bhelah k bad samaj me […]


Posted on: Saturday, Oct 13, 2012

मिथिलाफेस, मैथिली भाषाक पहिल आ एकमात्र सोशल साईट अछि. एतए आँहा नव नव बंधु, बांधवी (दोस्त) बना सकैत छी, आडियो, विडियो आ तुरंत चैट क सकैत छी, ब्लॉग, फोरम आ ग्रुप (समूह) बना सकैत छी, अपन ब्लॉग वा वेबसाइट के कड़ी जोइर सकैत छी. आँहा अपन दोस्त के व्यक्तिगत समाद पठा सकैत छी, एतए पंजीकृत […]


Posted on: Saturday, Dec 31, 2011

मैथिलिक इ कमिटी में हम बिलकुल नया छि आ आई संयोग सँ हमारा इ वेबसाईट भेटल बहुत ख़ुशी भेल अपन मातृभाषा के वेबसाईट देख कय ….. आई हमर प्रथम दिन अईछ तै हम सब सदस्य गोटा के हार्दिक प्रणाम करैत छि / प्रथम हम अपन परिचय देबय चाहब.. धीरज नाम ऐछ हमर ….. मधुबनी जिला […]

Re: [Nepal-Officers] Pahade-Madhese Discrimination in Ministry of Home Affairs   Dear Krishna H.Pukar ji / Mandal ji, I have been going through some of the series of articles in regard to pahade-madhise discrimination in the government bodies especially as highlighted in Ministry of Home Affairs by the articles of both of you.I have serious disagreement […]

Why is Mithilanchal behind still!!

Posted on: Sunday, May 29, 2011

I have become a member today being a maithil myself, but the main motivation has been the utter sense of frustration of realising that we mithila wasi are lying to ourselves. We are still behind most of the other cultures in India and that is mainly because we dont respect our women. We are a […]

Udit Narayan (Jha)

Posted on: Thursday, Feb 3, 2011

  Birth: Dec 1stBirthplace: NepalProfession: Playback Singer, Bollywood.Family: Wife Ranjana Jha & Deepa Narayan Jha and son Aditya Narayan Udit Narayan is, without a doubt, the reigning king of male playback singers. He was born to on the border of India and Nepal.Udit’s capability as a playback singer knows no bounds, as he has been […]

Lalit: Man of Change in Maithili Literature

Posted on: Wednesday, Jan 5, 2011

By Atul Kumat Thakur Lalit like his name came out with the novelty in Maithili literary scene in 1950�s with sensible mass concern. Officially, Lalitesh Mishra or affectionately �Bachha� was born on April6, 1932 in the village of scholars, Chanpura village that despite falling in the catchments region of Adhwara river group has unique distinction […]

Late Dr. Binod Bihari Verma

Posted on: Tuesday, Jan 4, 2011

Binod Bihari Verma(1937 – 2003) was a maithili literateur by soul, medical doctor by profession and an army man by career. He was born on 03 Dec 1937 in the village Bour, by the river Kamla Balan, in Madhubani District (then undivided Darbhanga District) of Bihar. He was the second son in a maithil karna […]


Posted on: Tuesday, Jan 4, 2011

Nagarjun (Baba Nagarjun, Vaidya Nath Mishra, Yatri) (1911-1998), was a major Hindi and Maithili poet who has also penned a number of novels, short stories, literary biographies and travelogues. Biography He was born into a maithil brahmin family in a small village of Satlakha in Madhubani District of Bihar, India. His original name was Vaidya […]


Posted on: Sunday, Jan 2, 2011

The poet Vidyapati appears to have been born in or around 1352 in Bihar, in the Madhubani village of Bisapi in the region of north eastern Bihar known as Mithila. As a Brahmin, he is likely to have learned Sanskrit at an early age, and certainly his earliest compositions suggest his mastery of the language. […]

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About Mithila

Mithila is an ancient cultural region of South Nepal and North India lying between the lower ranges of the Himalayas and the Ganges River. The Nepal border cuts across the top fringe of this region. The Gandak and Kosi Rivers are rough western and eastern boundaries of Mithila. The Ramayana records a dynastic marriage between Prince Rama of Ayodhya and Sita, the daughter of Raja Janak of Mithila. The town of Janakpur, in the northern Nepali section of Mithila, is believed to be Janak's old capital.