The Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary is 1342 square kilometers and contains India's most gorgeous wildlife environment reserves.
Baidyanath Temple is a significant religious site dedicated to Lord Shiva that was constructed by Chandel King Vidyadhar Dhang in the eleventh century.
Karmansa River is a Ganges tributary. This river's name translates to "the destroyer of holy merits."
The Karkat or Karkatgarh Waterfall is located in close proximity to the Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary.
Due to its historical significance, Bhabua, a subdivision of the former district of Shahabad, is one of the most important cities in Kaimur.
The Maa Mundeshwari Temple is located on the highest point of the Piwara hills in Kaimur, at an altitude of 600 feet. It was built during the Gupta period.
The entire territory of Adhaura is covered by rich, verdant trees. Adhaura is beautiful due to its serene surroundings.
Bhagwanpur in Kaimur, Bihar, is intriguing. 11 km from Bhabua. According to legend, Paras descendent Kumar Chandrasen Saran Singh ruled there.
Sidhanath Temple, also known as the "Baba Ratan Puri Temple," is one of the most revered Hindu temples in Bihar.
Kaimur's Ramgarh is a renowned tourist destination due to the Mata Mundeshwari Temple in the Bhagwanpur block of the Bhabua subdivision.