Patalpuri Cave, Bhagalpuri, Bihar
Patalpuri Cave is located at Bhagalpur which faces the Ganges river where it moves towards the East.
(Last Updated on : 01-03-2017)
Patalpuri Cave, Bhagalpur
is 13-kms northeast of Kahalgaon and faces Ganges River
where it moves towards the east. On the north side of the hill are rock sculptures that date pre 7th/8th century AD. These sculptures are known as Chaurasi Munis (84 sages) and are said to display the adventures of Lord Krishna
. The hill has five caves, including the Bateshwar cave. There is also a temple dedicated to Lord Mahadeva
on the hill, which is new. During Shivaratri
a fair is held on this hill.
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