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Rohtasgarh Fort

Rohtas, Bihar 821311, India

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About Rohtasgarh Fort

Rohtasgarh Fort is one of the ancient forts of India which was constructed in the city of Rohtas situated on the banks of Sone river. The fort has been ruined and now cannot be accessed easily due to Naxalite activities. The hill on which the fort is situated has a height of 1500m. Tourists have to climb the stairs to reach the gate of the fort which is very exhausting.


Attractions near Rohtasgarh Fort

Deo Sun Temple52.42km from Rohtasgarh Fort

Sun Temple of deo is one of the remarkable and notable temple and religious place in Bihar. It is a 100-ft tall structure, with an umbrella-like top. The important custom of worshipping the Sun God and taking bath in its Brahma Kund dates back to the era of King Ayel. The temple is very old and very well built. It is a mix of nagara art of design and other contemporary art of designs.

Maa Mundeshwari Temple53.64km from Rohtasgarh Fort

Maa Mundeswari temple is located at Kaura in Kaimur district in the state of Bihar, India on the Mundeshwari Hills. It is an ancient temple dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva and Shakti and is considered one of the oldest Hindu temples in India. It is also considered as the oldest functional Hindu temple of India. The information plaque erected by the Archaeological Survey of India at the site indicates the dating of the temple to 625 CE.

Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary77.71km from Rohtasgarh Fort

The Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Chandraprabha, is situated in Chandauli district of Uttar Pradesh state in central India. It is well endowed with beautiful picnic spots, dense forests, and scenic waterfalls like Rajdari and Devdari that attract tourists every year to its vicinity. Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary is situated about 70 kilometres from the historic city of Varanasi.

BIHARI JI KA MANDIR97.73km from Rohtasgarh Fort

Bihariji Temple, one of the most revered places in the region, is positioned at a distance of 15 km from the township. Located nearby a hamlet known as Dumraon, the temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna, who is also known as Bihari. The temple was constructed in 1825 by the erstwhile King of Dumraon estate, Jaiprakash Singh. Owing to religious significance, the location is thronged by devotees in large numbers.

Shri Renukeshwar Mahadev Mandir100.05km from Rohtasgarh Fort

Renukeshwar Mahadev Temple is situated in Renukoot in Sonbhadra district, Uttar Pradesh. It is located adjoining the Rihand River which is also called Renu River, from where this temple got its name. The temple is dedicated to Mahadev or Lord Shiva. It is one of the most frequented spots in Renukoot. The temple was built by Birla Group in the year 1972.

Rihand Dam, Pipari103.53km from Rohtasgarh Fort

Rihand dam also known as Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar, is the largest dam of India by volume. The reservoir of Rihand Dam is called Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar and is India's largest artificial lake.Rihand Dam is a concrete gravity dam located at Pipri in Sonbhadra District

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Rohtas district is one of the thirty-eight districts of Bihar. It came into existence when Shahabad District was bifurcated into Bhojpur & Rohtas in 1972. Rohtas district is part of Patna division. Languages spoken in this area are Bhojpuri, Hindi and English. Administrative headquarter of the district is Sasaram.