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Kaimur (Bhabua) District : Bihar

About District

The present Kaimur district was formed out of the Rohtas district. The district covers an area of about 340447 Hectares. The hilly area of the district comprises of Kaimur plateau. The plain area on the western side is flanked by the rivers The Karmanasha and the Durgawati. The Kudra river lies on it eastern side. The district of Buxar of Bihar State and the district of Ghazipur of U.P. State bound the district on the North. On the south is the district of Garhwa of Jharkhand State and on the West is the district of Chandauli and Mirjapur of the U.P. State. On the East is district of Rohtas of Bihar State. The district has close linkage with the history of Shahabad, which was its parent district also. The district consists of two Subdivisions, viz Bhabua and Mohania. The district has 11 Blocks and 1 Census Town with district headquarters at Bhabua. The Places of Religious, Historical & Archeological Importance in the district are Adhaura, Baidyanath, Bhabua, Bhagwanpur, Chainpur, Chorghatia, Durauli, Ramgarh.

District at a Glance

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