Rohtas Plateau

The Rohtas Plateau (also referred to as Kaimur Plateau) is a plateau that lies in the south-western part of the Indian state of Bihar.wikipedia
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Kaimur Range

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A series of fluvial plateaux that run along the Kaimur Range consist of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas plateau in the east.
These fluvial plateaux, consists of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas Plateau in the east.

Rewa Plateau

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A series of fluvial plateaux that run along the Kaimur Range consist of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas plateau in the east.
These fluvial plateaux, consists of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas Plateau in the east.

Bijawar-Panna Plateau

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A series of fluvial plateaux that run along the Kaimur Range consist of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas plateau in the east.
These fluvial plateaux, consists of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas Plateau in the east.

Bhander Plateau

A series of fluvial plateaux that run along the Kaimur Range consist of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas plateau in the east.
These fluvial plateaux, consists of a series of descending plateaux, starting with the Panna Plateau in the west, followed by Bhander Plateau and Rewa Plateau and ending with Rohtas Plateau in the east.

Karmanasa River

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Significant waterfalls along Rohtas Plateau are: Devdari Falls (58m) on the Karmanasa River, Telharkund Falls (80m) on the Suara West River, Suara Falls (120m) on the Suara East River, Durgawaati Falls (80m) on the Durgavati River, Okharean Kund Falls (90m) on Gopath River, Dhuan Kund Falls (30m) (near Sasaram) on the Dhoba River, Kuaridah Falls (180m) on the Ausane River, a tributary of Son River, and Rakim Kund Falls (168m), on the Gayghat River, a tributary of Ausane River.
Devdari Falls, at an edge of the Rohtas Plateau, along the course of the Karmanasa is 58 m high.

Durgavati River

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Significant waterfalls along Rohtas Plateau are: Devdari Falls (58m) on the Karmanasa River, Telharkund Falls (80m) on the Suara West River, Suara Falls (120m) on the Suara East River, Durgawaati Falls (80m) on the Durgavati River, Okharean Kund Falls (90m) on Gopath River, Dhuan Kund Falls (30m) (near Sasaram) on the Dhoba River, Kuaridah Falls (180m) on the Ausane River, a tributary of Son River, and Rakim Kund Falls (168m), on the Gayghat River, a tributary of Ausane River.
The Durgavati Falls, 80 m high, on the Durgavati River is at the edge of the Rohtas Plateau.

Plateau

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The Rohtas Plateau (also referred to as Kaimur Plateau) is a plateau that lies in the south-western part of the Indian state of Bihar.

India

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The Rohtas Plateau (also referred to as Kaimur Plateau) is a plateau that lies in the south-western part of the Indian state of Bihar.

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The Rohtas Plateau (also referred to as Kaimur Plateau) is a plateau that lies in the south-western part of the Indian state of Bihar.

Bihar

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The Rohtas Plateau (also referred to as Kaimur Plateau) is a plateau that lies in the south-western part of the Indian state of Bihar.

Rohtas Fort, India

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At Rohtasgarh it attains a height of 1490 ft above sea level.

Bhabua

those from Bhagwanpur, south of Bhabua to Karar are also fairly good.

Sasaram

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There are other tolerable ascents at Sarki near the south-western boundary, at Kariyari Khoh in the deep gorge north of Rohtas, at Ghoraghat, two miles south of Sasaram, and on the extreme west where a ghat leads up to Chhanpathar.

Kurukh people

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The Oraon or Kurukh tribe claims that the place around Rohtasgarh belonged to them before they were driven out from there.

Rohtas district

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The district has a variety of landscapes within a small area, with flat plains running alongside the Kaimur Range and Rohtas Plateau.

Kaimur district

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The Kaimur Range and Rohtas Plateau cover the southern part of this district.

Jhakar Bigha

The village of Jhakar Bigha is located in the southwestern part of Bihar, North India, in a flat plain running alongside the Kaimur Range and Rohtas Plateau.