November 27, 2022

10 Best Places to Visit in Chandauli

Devdari Falls Chandauli

Chandauli

About Chandauli

Chandauli is a nagar city and panchayat in the Uttar Pradesh, India district of Chandauli. It is Chandauli District’s administrative headquarters.

Best Places to Visit in Chandauli

  1. Dhanapur Martyr Memorial
  2. Baba Kinaram Sacred Place
  3. Chakiya Kali Mandir
  4. Baba Latifshah Tomb

Waterfalls
Rajdari Waterfall
Devdari Waterfall
Chandraprabha Wildlife Sanctuary

Lakes
Chandraprabha
Bhaisoda
Naugarh
Mushakhard
Latifshah

Rivers
Ganga
Karmanasha
Chandraprabha

Dams
Naugarh
Mushakhard
Chandraprabha
Latifshah
Latif-Shah Dam
Bhaisoda

Canals
Chandraprabha
Mushakhad
Narayanpur Lift Canal

Dhanapur Martyr Memorial, Baba Kinaram Sacred Place, Chakiya Kali Mandir, Baba Latifshah Tomb, and Others are among the attractions and prominent spots.

The Chandraprabha forest is 70 kilometres from Varanasi. The Rajdari and Devodari waterfalls are nestled within these woodlands. A lovely hidden location for a relaxing outing or a picnic.

 

Waterfalls

 

  • Rajdari

The Chandraprabha Wildlife Sanctuary contains the Rajdari and Devdari waterfalls. The sanctuary was designed to protect Asiatic lions, and while their population has declined, it is home to a variety of other animals and birds. Aside from the animals and birds, the sanctuary is home to a number of additional attractions, the most notable of which are the Rajdari and Devdari waterfalls. The sight of the crystal blue rivers trickling over the rocks is magnificent. The gorgeous, quiet surroundings add to the experience’s enchantment. People normally come here for a day excursion, and while there is no lodging, there are various cafés serving snacks and drinks.

  • Devdari

The Rajdari and Devdari waterfalls are located in the Chandraprabha Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary was founded to protect Asiatic lions, and though their population has declined, it is home to a variety of other animals and birds. Aside from the animals and birds, the sanctuary is home to various other attractions, the most notable of which are the Rajdari and Devdari waterfalls. The scene of crystal pure rivers trickling over the rocks is magnificent. The gorgeous, quiet surroundings add a feeling of mystery to the event. People normally come here for a day trip, and while there is no accommodation, there are various cafés serving snacks and drinks.

  • Aurvatard
  • Karmnasha

Lakes

  • Chandraprabha
  • Bhaisoda
  • Naugarh
  • Mushakhard
  • Latifshah

Rivers

  • Ganga
  • Karmanasha
  • Chandraprabha

Dams

  • Naugarh
  • Mushakhard
  • Chandraprabha
  • Latifshah
  • Latif-Shah Dam — One of the oldest dams in India, Latif-Shah was completed in 1921; it is built on the river Karm-nasha. The reservoir created by the dam is used mainly for irrigation and human consumption.
  • Bhaisoda

Canals

  • Chandraprabha
  • Mushakhad
  • Narayanpur Lift Canal

Latif Shah Tomb – This mazar belongs to a sufi saint Hazrat Latif Shah Beer Rahmatullah and is located at a distance of 3 km from Chakia.

Best Time to Visit in Chandauli

Between October and March is the best time to visit Chandauli. Chandauli is easily reached by air, rail, and road.

How to Reach Chandauli

District Chandauli is well connected by rail and road links.

By Rail

Northern and eastern trains are provided in the district. The service is offered. It’s around 15 kilometres from the Mughalsarai crossing. Mughalsarai has the country’s largest railway yard and indeed a railroad terminal to many destinations.
There are 14 stations connected to the district via 101 km of long widespread gauge railways. Rail amenities for passengers are accessible from the Mughalsarai railway junction in numerous sites and directions around the country.

By Road

There are around 36 kilometres of metallic roads accessible for vehicle traffic in the area, while the national route is about 42 kilometres long. G.T. road crosses the district as well. The road of the main district is 89 km and the roads of the other districts and rural areas 559 km, whereas the road is run by the local authorities (49 km) and the forests over a total length of 578 km. P.W.D. government has constructed and maintained 726 km of road and both urban and rural district private Bus service is provided.

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