Sasaram: Explore The Ancient Historical City In Bihar!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The beautiful history, traditions, and customs of the past can be seen in the different memorials and buildings that have been built in Sasaram.

Waterfalls Kaimur Hill, 10 km from Sasaram, holds ManjharKund and DhuanKund. Sikhs spent 3 days on ManjharKund. It is said that mineral-rich Kund water aids digestion.


The Tomb of Sher Shah Suri is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A massive stone building rises from a large stone terrace in the centre of a beautiful tank in the tomb.

Sher Shah Suri Tomb

Rohtaas fort was built by Raja Harishchnad. The fort was under Mughal control till Humayun didn't drop it in a battle against Sher Shah Suri.

Rohtasgarh Fort

Political and spiritual centre of the Suri Kingdom from 1535 to 1540 was Sasaram. Hasan Khan Suri upheld the Suri Dynasty's foundation.

Tomb of Hasan Khan Suri

The temple includes a stunning rock-carved Kali idol. The temple has Rajputana and Deccan architecture.

Tara Chandi Temple

The famous Chaurasan Mandir is one mile from the Chandan Shaheed hills. The temple's walls include Indian-style carvings.

Chaurasan Mandir

The Tomb is mostly an old Mosque with some of the earliest Urdu and Arabic writing. The mosque has big columns on all sides and a dome on top.

Tomb of Chandan Shaheed

The old temple worships Durga, a Hindu goddess. An lovely lake borders the devotional area. The temple was designed and built in the 6th century.

Bhaluni Dham

The waterfall is surrounded by greenery and pretty scenery. During the winter, small flowers of many different colours cover the mountainous land.

Tutrahi Waterfalls

Shergarh is a prominent Khaimur hill fort 10 km north-west of Sasaram. Emperor Sher Shah Suri built the fort in Chenari in 1540–1545.