Bahraich is a historical town perched on the banks of River Saryu in Uttar Pradesh. Bahraich was a part of Awadh and has deep connections with the period of Ramayana. It is said that major happenings related with Lord Rama were witnessed by the soil of Bahraich. Presently, it is a developing settlement in all the sectors.
Elevated at 413 feet above sea level, Bahraich stands on the banks of River Saryu. It has a total area of 34 km. sq. The climate of the Bahraich is sub-tropical that brings humid summers and cold winters. The average temperature amid summers varies between 35-40 degree Celsius whereas in winter it drops down and ranges between 8-17 degree Celsius.
There are limited places of interest in Bahraich and the list of notable names includes Shravasti Monastery, Katarniya Ghat Wildlife Sanctuary, some ancient dargahs and temples like dargah of Ameer Mah, Jama Masjid, Siddhnatha Temple, Maari Mata Temple etc.