Barabar Caves are situated in the hilly area near Makhdumpur, 25 km south of Jehanabad. These ancient rock-cut Buddhist chambers date back to 3rd Century A.D. and are renowned as the place of origin of the Ajivika sect.
Baba Siddhnath Temple, also known as the Shiva Temple and originally known as Siddheshwar Nath Temple, is located at one of the highest peaks in the range of the Barabar Hills. The temple was built during the Gupta period in the 7th Century A.D. The local legends attribute the construction of the temple to Bana Raja. (the father-in-law of the legendary king Jarasandha of Rajgir.)
This is the dargah of the first woman Sufi saint of the country, Hazrat Bibi Kamal who was famous for her holy power of healing. She was believed to be the aunt of Hazrat Makhdum Saheb of Bihar Shariff. Devotees believe in the mystic power of healing at this place for mentally challenged and incurable diseases.
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