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Bhojpur district is one of the thirty-eight districts of Bihar state in northern India. Arrah town (also known as Ara) is the administrative headquarters of this district. The district came into existence in 1972, when Shahabad district was bifurcated into Bhojpur and Rohtas.

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Information About Bhojpur

Bhojpur District lies on the bank of Betwa River. It is Located 28 km away from the capital of Madhya Pradesh. It is nestled on the sandstone edges of central India which is next to the deep gorges of Betwa River. In the 11th century, there were 2 large dams built with huge hammer-covered stones in order to block and divert River Betwa and to make a large lake. Bhojpur is named after the most celebrated and honoured King Bhoj from Paramara Dynasty. Before 11th century, no archeological evidence was found, accordingly to the legends who explained how Raja Bhoj mad...

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The temple construction was commenced in the 11th century under King Bhoja's reign. According to historical records, Bhoja had constructed numerous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, including Kedareshvara, Rameshwara, Somanatha, Kala, and Rudra. He

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