Belsand is a town in Sitamarhi district in the state of Bihar, India. The place is situated in a plain which is inclined to surges, and because of this adequate measure of alluvium is there. This geographic position gives the place great rural prospects. Fundamental market territories relating to the tertiary area are around Kothi Bazaar and Belsand Chauraha. It is a surge inclined zone. There are 53 towns and 10 panchayats in Belsand. Chandauli is the renowned town of Belsand. Kansar is the littlest town and Bhorahar Mal is the greatest town. It is 65 m above ocean level.
The real celebration of this region is Chhath puja in which individuals offer their petition to Lord Sun in this town. All the general population wherever they are, their significant want is to observe Chhath puja at their home with their relatives and villagers. Holi, Diwali and Dusshera are other three celebrations celebrated with such a large amount of mirth. Different celebrations, for example, Nagpanchmi, Saraswathi Puja, Makar Sankranti, Eid, Janmashtami, and others are likewise celebrated. The significant nourishment crops are rice, wheat, and maize. Aside from this, it is a noteworthy maker of sugarcane, tobacco and other money crops. Lentils, sunflower, and mustard are additionally developed around there.