Forbesganj is a town with municipality in the Araria District in the state of Bihar, India, situated at the border of Nepal. The city was given its present name from its British ruler named Forbes. After the Independence the name was changed to Forbesganj. It is said that the British utilized this place for Indigo cultivating. Still the remaining parts of the British premises can be seen at the banks of the popular landlocked water body. This little city has sweltering and wet summers and cool and dry winters.
Amid summers the temperature can achieve C and in winters the temperature can drop to C every so often. There is noteworthy precipitation amid the stormy season. Notwithstanding its part as an instructive and regulatory place, the economy of this little city is powered by manure generation, rice creation, building and development material supply, and other industry. Since the Nepal fringe is close by, Forbesganj additionally engages a reasonable number of travelers consistently.