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Sher-Shah Tomb

The tomb of Sher Shah Suri is in the heart of Sasaram town. The tomb was built in memory of Emperor Sher Shah Suri, a Pathan from Bihar who defeated the Mughal Empire and founded the Suri Empire in northern India. This red sandstone mausoleum is 122 ft high, which stands in the middle of an artificial lake, which is nearly square, is known as the second Taj Mahal of India.


Dhua Kund

The Dhua Kund are a pair of waterfalls situated in the city of Sasaram and is a marvellous piece of nature.


Maa Tarachandi Temple

Maa Tarachandi Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Maa Shakti or Maa Durga, located in Sasaram, Bihar, India. It is a Shakti Peetha, also called Maa Tarachandi, is the oldest and one of the most sacred temples of Sasaram. It is regarded as one of the 52 Siddha Shakti Peethas in India.


Indrapuri Dam

Indrapuri Barrage (also known as the Sone Barrage) is across the Son River in Rohtas district in the Indian state of Bihar. The Sone Barrage at Indrapuri is 4,616 ft long and is the fourth longest barrage in the world.


Rohtas Fort

Rohtasgarh is situated on the upper course of the river Sone. It takes around two hours from Sasaram to reach the foot of the hill over which is the Rohtas fort, 1500 ft above sea level. It is one of the largest fort in the world. It is spread in 42Sqkm. It has 83 gates and network of many underground place and tunnels.


Karamchat Dam

One of the most preferred tourist sites in Rohtas district, located near Chenari, is around 35 kms from Sasaram. The view at the time of sunrise and sunset is indeed mesmerizing and scenic.

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