Kaimur has a glorious heritage and is one the most vibrant regions of Bihar. Kaimur is an administrative district lying in the western portion of Bihar with main headquarters of the district being located at Bhabua. The plains are lush and productive alluvial lands while the plateau regions are rocky. The rivers Karmanasha, Durgawati and Kudra border the city.
History of Kaimur
From the 6th B.C. and 5th A.D. Kaimur was an integral part of the Magadh Empire ruled by the pre-Mauryans and also the late Gupta rulers of Magadh. Kaimur has made an enormous contribution in the Indian Freedom movement. .
Tourist places in and around Kaimur
The major attractions of the Kaimur tourism are Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary, Baidyanath, Maa Mundeshwari Temple, Chorghatia, Karmanasa River, Sidhanath Temple and many more promising sites. Kaimur tourism offers a taste of everything and doesn’t disappoint its tourists. Temples, forts, hills, forest, waterfalls, and scenic spots around Kaimur, blessing
Kaimur tourism as the perfect multi-faceted destination. Telhar is a beautiful waterfall located near B.T. Road in Kaimur. Set in a natural setting the waterfalls is a great feast for the eyes.
Kaimur is a host to a large number of Hindu festivals and melas, each celebrated at different pilgrim hubs and temples. Hordes of tourists as well as pilgrims visit Kaimur to observe it’s tranquil from close quarters.
The Kaimur region experiences varied climatic conditions which vary according to different seasons. While summers are hot winters can also be on the extreme, making the period from October to March the best time to travel to the city.
How to reach Kaimur