Sher Garh Fort
Shergarh is situated in an area of six square miles on a hill of about 800 feet high Kaimur range, 20 miles south-west of Sasaram. A huge and grand Singhdwara is built on top of the impenetrable huge ramparts. Its ancient name was Bhurkunda, where the Kharwar kings used to live. When Hasan Khan Sur got the jagir of Sasaram, then this fort also came under the limits of the Suris. Later the name of Sher Shah was associated with it. From below one can see the huge ramparts of the fort tied to the hill. There is another hill in front. In the middle, the Durgawati river is flowing sluggishly. In the north there is a picturesque view of valleys, hills, greenery and Durgawati Reservoir Project. Here is the unique shade of the valley. Shergarh still has Rani Pokhara, Guards Hall, underground circular well, Zanana Mahal or Diwan-E-Khas, several underground rooms.
How to Reach:
Nearest airports are Patna, Varanasi and Gaya.
Nearest railway station is Sasaram (SSM).
Situated on NH2. Road connectivity from Patna, Ara, New Delhi, Kolkata, Ranchi etc.