Why Choose Sasaram Vacation
Sasaram sometimes also spelled as Sahasram, is a city in Bihar State of India. One of the ancient cities in India, Sasaram has witnessed the legacy of several great people along with Sahastrabahu, Shershah Suri, and Jagjivan Ram Babu. In ancient time it was a gateway of "Vihar" to visit Gaya, Rajgrih and Nalanda area and during prehistoric period Lord Buddha has passed through this way to be enlightened with verity & wisdom under Mahabodhi tree in Gaya. Modern Sasaram city covers the largest sub-metropolitan area of Bihar. It has many famous religious and historical spots to visit such as Shershah tomb, Rohtasgarh fort, Indrapuri Dam, Shergarh fort, Sacred Tarachandi Shaktipith, Gupta Dham, Tutla Bhawani temple and the many, the entire area is surrounded by the scenic mountain beauty of Kaimur range, and several waterfalls and rivers like Sone. Sasaram city is located in the middle of its other sub-towns like Nokha & Kudra which has a large number of agriculture based industries & city is also emerging as an educational hub like Kota of Rajsthan & situated in the middle of other industrial twin towns like Dehri-on-sone, Dalmianagar, Sonnagar, Amjhor and Banjari. The main posh places of the sub-metropolitan area are Raj Colony, Gauraxni, New Area, Tomb Area and Fazalganj commercial zones, Sahu Cinemax - Mall & Railway cricket stadium area. Several malls have been opened along with the best 3-4 star hotels with good medical facilities in the city and is a medical hub of old Shahabad District too. Sasaram city Region is the administrative headquarters of Rohtas District, Bihar India. It became a district carved out from Shahabad District in 1972. This district headquarter is best known for having the highest literacy rate and highest agricultural & forest cover area of Bihar. It is known for the production of cement, fertilizers, stone chips, and for the quarrying industry and also Sasaram district is popularly known as the "bowl of rice". Major languages spoken in this region are Bhojpuri, Hindi, English and Urdu; local religions include Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Jainism.
Sasaram is located in the state of Bihar in India. You can explore here 21 things to do for your memorable trip. Explore Sasaram, one of the beautiful Indian destination which is unique for its diversities in culture, language, religion, cuisines, landscapes, water bodies, and climate. Sasaram cuisine boasts of having a large variety and is famous with many vegetarian, vegan and non-vegetarian dishes which are made out of local herbs, vegetables, and fruits. Sasaram witnesses all four seasons and each climatic condition of Sasaram is a different experience.