Travelling in Saharasa district encompasses many important facets of travel which make the complete experience enriching, fulfilling and memorable one. It has places that are of great archeological, religious and historical importance. People from around the globe travel to Saharasa to catch glances at countless temples that the district houses.
Matsayagandha temple is one that surely cannot be given a miss. The temple is immensely popular not just amongst the native but people across the country. It's mainly known for its Rakht Kali and 64 Yogini temple. Moreover, the scenic surroundings mingled with serenity make a visit priceless.
An ancient temple of Bhagwati Tara resides at The Tara Sthan, which is situated in a village called Mahishi that is at around 16 kilometers from the district of Saharasa. The idol dates its presence many centuries back and is an attraction amongst the visitors.
For devotees seeking blessings in the form of enormous power should head towards Chandika Sthan located at Birathpur. The place also has a very close alliance with the events of the Mahabharata and it is believed that the Pandavas stayed here for 12 years.