Rohtas district is a districts of Bihar state, India.The administrative headquarters of the district, Sasaram is a place of historical importance.
Geography of Rohtas
Rohtas district covers the 3847.82 Sq. Km. area.Rohtas district is bounded on north side by Bhojpur & Buxar Districts, on South side by Plamu & Garwah District, on east side by Aurangabad & Part of Gaya District and on the west side by the Kaimur District.
Latitude of Rohtas city : 24-30” to 25-20” (North)
Longitude of Rohtas city : 83-14” to 83-20” (East)
About Rohtas District
On 10th November 1972, Rohtas District was formed. Rohtas is historically important. It is said to have been the abode of aboriginals whose chief representatives now are the Bhars, the Cheers and the Oraons.
Sub Division of Rohtas District
In Rohtas District there is 3 sub division
Blocks in Rohtas District
In Rohtas District there is 19 bocks
Tourist Place in Rohtas District
Dhurwan Kund & Gupta Dham
Railway Stations in Rohtas District
Dehri On Sone Railway Station
Sasaram Railway Station
Colleges in Rohtas District
Rohtas Mahila College, Sasaram
Shershah College, Sasaram
A B R College
P.C. College, Buxar
Economy of Rohtas District
Cement factories at Banjari and Dalmia Nagar, vegetable oil mill, and paper factory at Dalmia Nagar are some of the important industries.
Major Crops of Rohtas District
Paddy, Wheat are the main crops of this district.