Temple of Mata Mundeshwari (Bhagwanpur) :
This temple is located on the summit of Piwara hill, with a height of about 600 feet. According to archaeologists British travelers R. N. Martin, Francis Buchanan and Block visited this temple between 1812 and 1904. The inscription made on this temple is of middle of 389 AD indicating its ancestry. The stone carvings of the Mundeshwari Bhavani temple are of Gupta period. It is a octagonal temple made of stone. In the Eastern section of this temple, the grand and ancient idol of the goddess Mundeshwari is the center of the main attraction. The mother is in the form of Vaarahi, whose vehicle is Mahish. There are four entrances to the temple, in which one has been closed and one half open. Panchmukhi Shivaling is installed in the central part of this temple. The color of the stone This Panchmukhi Shivling has been constructed with a special stone which changes its color along with the position of the sun and stone . The statue of Vishal Nandi on the west side of the main entrance. The uniqueness of this temple is in animal (goat) sacrifice. Here the goat is sacrificed but it is not slaughtered. This type of sacrifice is nowhere else.
Harsu Brahma Temple (Chainpur):
Harsu Brahma Temple is about 10 kilometers from West South from the district headquarters Bhabhua on Bhabhua – Chainpur Road. Harsu Brahma Samadhi is situated within this fort, in the form of a huge fort of Raja Sharivahan. Here is the belief in the indigenous and foreign devotees who come here that they come from all kinds of phantom obstructions.
Baidyanath Temple (Deohalia, Ramgarh):
It is a Shiva temple with octagonal base and shikhar, similar to the Kendaria Mahadev temple of Khajuraho. The womb house is made by cutting a single rock, which is a fine example of craft art. It is believed that this temple was built in the 11th century by Chandel Raja Vidyadhar Dhang. He also constructed four (pond) – Dhruv Kund, Rudra Kund, Brahma Kund and Vishnu Kund at the four corners of the temple, two of which exist today. Since its inception, this Jagrath Dharmasthal has remained the center of tens of thousands of people. During the month of Saawan a big fair is organised here. People from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand to come here to offer ‘Jalabhishek’ of Lord Shiva. It is approximately 26 km from Bhabhua headquarter and 12 kilometers from Bhabhua road railway station Mohania.
Mother Chherwari Dham:
There is a tradition about this temple that in the 15th century the Rathore’s dynasty came from Chittorg and Mewar in the Ramgarh area. They established the statue of their Kuldevi Chherawari mother in the desert of Mahuar village. The Goddess Mother is in the form of Sherawali. A large number of people in Navaratri are crowded here.
Peer Baba’s Mazar:
It is known that the mazar of Pir Baba, located in the village of Pathar in the Chand Block, is famous for its pleasant sight. It is an important fact among the people that the devotees who make the sheet grow here, their desire is fulfilled, it is believed.
Chandeshwari Dham (Madurana, Chainpur):
Located on the southern Madurana hill of Chanpur stretch, this temple is known as Chandeshwari Dham Sidhpith, it is believed that the name of Chand’s wife named Chand Chand was Madan. Today, this place is known as Madurana village. Due to being close to Bhabua headquarters and Mudeshwari temple, devotees can easily reach here.
Kuleswari Dham (Kulhadia, Durgavati):
Due to Kuldevi being the Nagvanshi Rajputa settled in about 105 villages of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, this temple is popularly known as Kuleshwari Dham. There is a 15-day grand fair organized in Chaitra Navaratri every year, which is famous for wood and stone handicrafts and nautanki. This temple located in Kulhardia of Durgavati section is about 26 km from Bhabhua headquarter.
Bakhtiar Khan’s Rouza (Chainpur):
According to archaeologists, the construction of this mausoleum has been considered as 16th-17th century. Located on the banks of the Kuah River in the Chainpur section, this row is seen in many ways similar to the Rauja of Hassan Saha situated in Sasaram. Whose length is 88 x 70 meters wide. This mausoleum is mainly octagonal, with an outer diameter of 42 meters. This tomb has a verandah with 24 small dome set on its roof. Being 18 kilometers from Mudeshwari temple and about one kilometer from Harshu Brahama temple, tourists visiting these places can easily do the Ruja of Bakhtiar Khan.
Telhar Kund / Waterfall (Adhaura):
The Kaimur mountain range is covered with many waterfalls. It is the Telhar Pond waterfall. It is about 80 meters high and the tourists are thrilled to see the water falling from the height of 80 meters. The main water source of I Kund is the golden river derived from Kharga (Dumbur) Many small rainy hills are collected from the rivers. According to a survey conducted by National Hydro Electric Power Corporation, this Kund In the water source falling in 60 MW can be produced.
Situated in the Kaimur mountain range, this waterfall spreads the dazzling shade of the beauty. It is located in the Chainpur block which is adjacent to the border of Uttar Pradesh.