Top Tourist Attractions in Jehanabad
Jehanabad is a town in the Nagar Parishad and the administrative centre of the Jehanabad district in Bihar, India.
Best Places to Visit in Jehanabad
Major tourist sites -Barabar Caves and Hazrat Bibi Kamal ka Mukbara
The Barabar Caves are located at Makhdumpur, 25 kilometres south of Jehanabad, in a mountainous region. The Ajivika sect is said to have originated in these ancient rock-cut Buddhist chambers, which date back to the 3rd century A.D. Baba Siddhnath Temple, also known as the Shiva Temple and formerly known as Siddheshwar Nath Temple, is situated atop one of the Barabar Hills’ highest summits. The temple was constructed in the 7th century A.D. during the Gupta dynasty. According to tradition, the temple was built by Bana Raja (the father-in-law of Rajgir’s mythical monarch Jarasandha).
Hazrat Bibi Kamal ka Mukbara
This is the dargah of Hazrat Bibi Kamal, the country’s first female Sufi saint, who was known for her divine healing power. She was thought to be Hazrat Makhdum Saheb of Bihar Shariff’s aunt. Devotees believe in the mysterious healing potential of this location for mentally challenged people and those suffering from incurable ailments.
Best Time to Visit in Jehanabad
All weather is good for travel.
How to Reach Jehanabad
In the state of Bihar, Jahanabad is a must-see destination. There are no frequent flights to Jahanabad from other major cities in the nation. Gaya Airport is the closest airport. Regular trains and buses link Jahanabad to the rest of the country’s major cities.