About Siwan District (Siwan Jila)
Siwan district is one of the major districts of Bihar state, India. Siwan town is the headquarter of this district.
Siwan district, located in the western side of the state, was initially a sub-division of Saran district, which in antiquated occasions shaped a piece of Kosala Kingdom.Siwan turned into a completely fledged district when it was separated from Saran in 1976.
Don, a town nearby, has the vestiges of a stronghold accepted to be that of Drona, and contains a stupa that contained the jar of Buddha's remains. An as of late uncovered grand sculpture of Lord Vishnu at Bherbania town from under a tree demonstrates that there were huge quantities of devotees of Lord Vishnu.
Places to know in Siwan District
- Zeeradei. Arranged around 13 km from the district headquarters,zeeradei is known as the origination of India's first president Dr. Rajendra Prasad.
- Anand Bagh Math and Sunder Bagh Math
- Mahendra Nath Temple
- Burhiya Mai Temple
Famous places in Siwan Dsitrict
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