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Rohtas District : Bihar

About District


After Independence Rohtas remained a part of the Shahabad District but in 1972 Rohtas became a separate District. The district covers an area of about 3847.82 Sq. Km., Geographically, lies between 24-30” to 25-20” north Latitude and 83-14” to 83-20” east longitude. Rohtas District is bounded by Bhojpur & Buxar Districts on North, Plamu & Garwah Districts on South, Aurangabad & Part of Gaya Districts on East and Kaimur District on West. The places of tourist interests in the districts are Rohtas Garh, Sasaram, Shergarh, Tarachandi, Dhurwan Kund & Gupta Dham, Bhaluni Dham, Akhorigola, Akbarpur, Chacha Fhagumal Sahibjee Ka Gurudwara, Dehri, Deo Markandey, and Rehal.

District Administration

District at a Glance


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Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
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Population (Census 2011)
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