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Buxar Police, Bihar Police

The present district of Buxar consists of areas under Buxar Sadar and Dumraon Sub-Division of the old Bhojpur district and came in existence in the year 1991. Buxar town is the headquarter of the district and also its principal town. The district is bounded on the north by Ballia district of U.P., on the south by Rohtas district, on the west by Ghazipur and Ballia districts of U.P. and on the east by Bhojpur district.Buxar is famous since the epic period for being the seats of eminent saints, battlefield of Gods and Demons as per Puranas and a combat zone between foreign invasion and countrymen in modern history. The remains from archaeological excavations have established the link of Buxar with ancient civilizations of Mohanjodaro and Harappa. This place was also known as “Siddhashram”, “Vedgarbhapuri”, “Karush”, “Tapovan”, “Chaitrath”, “VyaghraSar”, “Buxar” in ancient history. The History of Buxar dates back even prior to the period of Ramayana. The word Buxar is said to have been derived from VyaghraSar. The tiger face of Rishi Vedshira, an outcome of the curse of the sage Rishi Durvasha, was restored after bathing in a holy tank which was later named as VyaghraSar.

According to mythology, say Vishwamitra the family guru of Lord Rama and eighty thousand saints, had their sacred ashram at the banks of holy river Ganges that reside inside the modern District Buxar. He was disturbed in the yagna (sacrificial offering) by the demons. The place where due killing of the famous Rakshasi (demoness) Tadika by Lord Rama, is said to fall within the present Buxar town area. Besides, Lord Rama and his younger brother Laxman took their teachings at Buxar.

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Buxar Police, Bihar Police

Today's Buxar district consists of areas under the Buxar Sadar and Dumraon subdivision of the old Bhojpur district and was established in 1991. The city of Buxar is the district's headquarters and also its capital. The borough is bounded to the north by Ballia District in the United States, to the south by Rohtas District, and to the west by Ghazipur and Ballia Districts in the United States. and to the east by the Bhojpur district. Buxar has been famous since epoch as the seat of eminent saints, the battlefield of gods and demons after Puranas, and as a battle zone between foreign invasions and compatriots in modern history. The remains of archaeological excavations have established the link between Buxar and the ancient civilizations of Mohanjodaro and Harappa. This place was also known as "Siddhashram", "Vedgarbhapuri", "Karush", "Tapovan", "Chaitrath", "VyaghraSar", "Buxar" in ancient history. The history of Buxar goes back to before the time of the Ramayana. The word Buxar is said to have been derived from VyaghraSar. The tiger face of Rishi Vedshira, a result of the curse of the sage Rishi Durvasha, was restored after bathing in a sacred tank later called VyaghraSar.

According to mythology, the sage Vishwamitra, the family guru of Lord Rama and eighty thousand saints, had his holy ashram on the bank of the sacred river Ganges, which is in the modern district of Buxar. He was disturbed by the demons in the yagna (offering). The place where Lord Rama killed the famous Rakshasi (demoness) Tadika is said to fall in what is now the urban area of ​​Buxar. In addition, Lord Rama and his younger brother Laxman took their teachings in Buxar.

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