Mehsi is a small town located in East Champaran district of Bihar state, India. Mehsi is an entry point of East Champaran when traveling from Patna, Muzaffarpur to Raxaul, connected both by railway and roadway. There are many button factories, a small scale industry, although most of the people depend upon agriculture and commerce.Mehsi Town, is famous for zip buttons and the other source is lichi and mango fruits. Mehsi is the major producer of lichi and mango in India.Mehsi is located 114 kilometres (71 mi) north of Patna 41.2 kilometres (26 mi) north of Muzaffarpur & 43.2 kilometres (27 mi) south of Motihari. National Highway 28 passes through Mehsi. The nearest airport is Patna Airport. The nearest village is Sulsabad(Barharwa) which is 1 km north of mehsi railway station/1 km west of NH28 and 500 meters west of mehsi block office.The nearest village is Rampurwa-Mirzapur which is 1 km east of station andChak Laloo is a village located near the bus stand and 1 km from the railway station. This village is the birthplace of the scholar Moulana Zahirul Haque and his elder son Haider Imam Anzar.