Marhaura likewise spelt as Marhowrah is a town and an authoritative sub-divisional region in Saran area in the Indian province of Bihar. It is Marhaura Vidhan Sabha voting demographic. Marhaura was the modern center point of Saran in the 1980s, and is popular for its morton chocolate manufacturing plant, Saran disterly and sugar process. It has a normal height of 52 meters 170 feet. Marhaura is 26 km from the closest city, Chhapra, and has great availability of transportation by rail and street.
Starting at 2001 India registration, Marhaura had a populace of 24,534. Guys comprise 52% of the populace and females 48%. Marhaura has a normal proficiency rate of 42%, lower than the national normal of 59.5%: male education is 54%, and female education is 29%. In Marhaura, 19% of the populace is under 6 years old. There is a Shakti Peetha sanctuary, Gadhdevi Maa and an old sanctuary of ruler Shiva situated at Shilhauri that has numerous unwavering adherents. Both the sanctuaries are arranged either side of railroad station and 2km from the railroad station.