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Bihar Places to see BIHAR FORTS AND PALACES


Over 3000 years of grandeur and historical significance are showed in the prosperity of monuments excavated in Bihar. The prehistoric land of Bihar had a bystander to a few of the country’s impressive forts and palaces. Do visit Bihar to have a look at the splendid remnants of olden times. The following is the brief information on the forts of Bihar.

Vishal Fort : The location of the Vishal Fort is at a distance of 1 kilometre from the parliament of the primitive times. The Fort is named after King Vishal. The fort was a element of the world’s oldest democracy. The fort gives an extremely mind blowing look, if you look at its construction you would identify that its is very good.. After visiting Vaishali you can also visit the museum here.

Munger Fort : The most significant and renowned monuments have their location at the Munger Fort. This fort is constructed on the rocky prominence known as Karnacharna which was associated with Raja Karna that projects into Ganga River, due to this river the fort is protected from the north and west partly, it is safeguarded by a profound moat on the other side.

Rohtasgarh Fort : The Rohtasgarh Fort is located in the district of Rohtas which is at a distance of 45 kilometres from Dehri and from Sasaram its just 39 kilometres away.  It is is the situated on the hills of Kaimur The name of the fort comes from a character in mythology, Rohitashwa who was the son of great King Harishchandra. When the kings life was in danger he stayed here. The construction of the fort is on a height of 1500 feet on a plateau above the sea level. There are 2000 steps to climb this hill to the top. After climbing all the steps you will reach the gate of the fort. From this gate the Rohtasgarh Fort is at the distance of 2 kilometres, this fort is a stunning example of the Mughal style of architecture.

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