Hotel Kaushaki was established in the year 2009 with 24 rooms and today boasts of 41 which includes suites also . Hotel Kaushaki is located in the heart of the city, 1 KM away from Purnea Bus Stand and 5 KM from Purnea Railway Station .You will find a personalized welcome and an almost familiar atmosphere,peace and quiet in the center of Purnea (Bihar). The very quiet Hotel of Purnea offers comfort and great service for its guests. The Hotel Kaushaki is the most reputed hotel in the city located at Kalibari Road, Bhatta Bazar Chowk is the hub of business. The one hotel that experiments ceaselessly to bring you the best at all times. The one address that feels warmly familiar every time you step in. And the one team that’s always happy to welcome you back. Crisp hospitality, delightful cuisine, thoughtful conveniences and a signature attention to detail that never fails to please.
During Mughal rule Purnea was an outlying military province, its revenue was mostly spent on protecting its borders against tribes from the north and east. Its local governor raised a rebellion against Siraj ud-Daulah in 1757, after the capture of Calcutta. In 1765, along with the rest of Bengal, the district became a British possession. The district of Purnea in modern history was formed by the East India Company on February 14, 1770. Purnea is famous for its uniquely designed Ramakrishna Mission where Durga Puja in the month of April is celebrated with due devotion and honour. Purnea is also famous for the oldest temple of Mata Puran Devi, which is hardly 5 km away from the main city. There is a theory that Purnia got its name from that temple. Some people believe that many years ago Purnea was Purna–Aranya which stands for “complete jungle”, and that’s why it has got the name Purnea. Today Purnea is famously known as the Birth Place of Phanishar Nath “Renu”.