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Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation

Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation Limited
बिहार राज्य पर्यटन विकास निगम
Agency overview
Formed 1980
Jurisdiction Government of Bihar
Headquarters Beer Chand Patel Path, Patna -800001
Agency executives
  • B. Pradhan, (Chairman)
  • Awdhesh Kumar[1], (Managing Director)
Parent department Bihar Tourism Department
Website .in.nic.bihbstdc

Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation (Hindi: बिहार राज्य पर्यटन विकास निगम), (abbreviated as BRTDC), is a body of the Government of Bihar responsible for development of tourism in the Indian state of Bihar. It was set up in 1980 to develop tourism in the state. The BSTDC is headquartered at Patna and has offices across all the districts of Bihar. The agency also operates hotels,[2] resorts, and tourist rest houses in key locations in the state. provides information about Bihar to promote travel to and in the country. It operates Tourist Information Centers as well as a website. The BSTDC disseminates information about transportation, lodging, food and beverage, and sight-seeing.

Tourist Information Centers

BSTDC have several tourist reception centers in all major cities and tourist centers, from where conducted tours start and end, in addition to providing complementary information about tourist destinations, maps and guides.[3]

See also


  1. ^ BSTDC administraion
  2. ^ Due to rupee fall, even moksha to cost more in Gaya! Hindustan Times, Patna. Retrieved September 01, 2013
  3. ^

External links

  • Official website
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