Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the south west of Munger district, near Jamui district.

According to Mahabharata, Bheema, one of the Pandavas, constructed a dam (bandh) here and therefore it is called Bhimbandh, also known for the warm water source.

The forest covers an area of 681.99 km² on the hills and undulating tract of Kharagpur Hills. It is situated in the south of the Ganges river, at the northern edge of Chota Nagpur Plateau and west of Santhal Pargana.

Air

Patna Airport (Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport)
200 kilometres; 4.10 hours

Rail

Jamui Railway Station
20 kilometers; 1 hour

Road

Patna-Jamui-Achhra-Paro-Gangta Forest-Bosdeopur-Parmanandpur via NH 333

Bus

Nearest Bus Stop is Jamui Bus Stop
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