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Bihar currently has 75 Industrial areas with 24x7 water and power supply

Bihar is the fastest growing Indian state based on Textile & Leather, Agriculture and multiple Industrial Sectors.

Bihar enjoys a unique geographic advantage because of its proximity to the vast markets of Eastern, Northern and North-east India domestically and Nepal as its international neighbor, with easy access to Bangladesh and Bhutan. The state is well connected to the rest of India with 5,421 km dense network of National Highways and a Rail network of 3,794 km. The state has an international airport in Bodh Gaya (GAY) and a domestic airport in Patna (PAT) and Darbhanga (DBR), with 4 other Indian airports near the state’s borders in West Bengal, Jharkhand and UP. The National Waterway-1 (NW-1) also passes through the state.

The Golden Quadrilateral Highway passes through the districts of Kaimur, Sasaram, Aurangabad, Gaya, and Patna, connecting the state to major metro cities in the country. The new business opportunities in Bihar are plenty as the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor passes through the state, providing access to ports in East India such as Kolkata and Haldia, to raw material sources, and mineral reserves in the neighboring states.

The state has identified Food Processing, IT & Electronics, and Textiles & Leather as its high-priority sectors. Food processing, dairy, sugar, manufacturing, and healthcare are some of the fast-growing industries in the state in the state to attract investment opportunities in Bihar. 

Bihar has developed industrial park and civil infrastructure, offering land at competitive rates for long and short term lease, with all amenities present for accelerated commissioning of operations for business investors. 

Fox Nut

Accounts for over 85% of the Fox Nut production of the country


Bhagalpur cluster in Bihar holds 2nd position in India for the production and export of silk fabric

Husk Power

Husk Power Systems in Bihar is India's first enterprise to use rice husk to generate clean energy for rural electrification

Fruits and vegetable in Bihar

Food Processing and Dairy

Bihar is fundamentally an agrarian economy. It is the largest producer of Litchi and Makhana in India

The state government offers incentives to various food processing units such as fruits and vegetables, food grains, milk, meat and honey processing units.

Leather and textile in Bihar

Textile and Leather

The textile industry is a highly labour-intensive industry, and Bihar is home to about 3,66,000 weavers

Tasar silk of Bhagalpur is an exclusive product of Bihar, which has the potential to fetch premium prices. There are about 29,000 power-looms functioning in the state. 

Bihar is promoting investments in the leather and textiles industry through Bihar Textiles & Leather Policy, introduced in 2022.

IT & Electronics

IT & Electronics

IT, ITeS and ESDM Hub of the country

The State has already embarked on the development of the IT ITeS and ESDM industry with the implementation of several citizen-centric governance initiatives, and planning to set up state-of-the-art IT infrastructure, such as IT City, IT Tower, and IT Park.

Bihar is also in the process of implementing key reforms and strategic initiatives that will help the State accelerate its envisaged development plan in the sector.



Bihar is a land of ancient universities of Nalanda and Vikramshila; the remnants of these two ancient universities, the antiques and artefacts attract tourists in huge numbers

The state’s great competitive strength from the tourism point of view is its ancient and yet living civilisation that gave rise to two of the world's great religions - Buddhism and Jainism.

The State Government has established the Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation with the prime objective of developing hotels, transport, railways, swimming pools, health tourism, etc. and running them on a commercial basis for the benefit of tourists.

Film Tourism

Film Tourism

Film Tourism

Bihar with its rich cultural heritage has emerged as a popular destination for film making in recent times. The state offers popular shooting locations like the historic city of Patna, ancient ruins of Nalanda and scenic beauty of Kaimur hills. 

To promote the film industry in Bihar, the state offers full institutional support as well as a holistic ecosystem for filmmakers including safety and security. Government of Bihar is coming up with the Bihar Film Policy which offers incentives, subsidy, single window clearance and institutional support. Through the policy, Bihar State Film Development and Finance Corporation will act as a Nodal Agency for facilitating filmmakers.


Urbanisation Rate

Females/ 1000 Males

Female/Male Ratio

Male/Female Ratio


Bihar is the 3rd most populated state in India, home to 9% of the country's total population.

Bihar with a total population of 104.1 mn, is India’s most densely populated state. It would rank 13th most populated in the world if it were to be an independent country. the literacy rate of the state is about 61.8% and has been witnessing an upward trend over the years. 

Industrial Land Bank Portal

GIS - based map displaying available infrastructure for setting up business operations in the state.