About 115 km from Varanasi, and 142 km from Varanasi via Mau, in Ballia district of U.P., India
Throughout the year, Specially during different festivals mentioned below
How to reach
via Varanasi-Ghazipur-Mau-Rasra road (NH-29 & SH-34 & Varanasi-Ghazipur-Rasra (NH-29 up to Ghazipur & the via link road up to Rasra)
Rasra is a railway station located on NER railway line
Following are the major tourist attractions of this place-
Nath Baba Math
The shine of Nath Baba, the patron of Sengars, lies on the west side of the town. It also has a pond nearby. It is believed to be 100 years old. Every year in the month of Oct., on the 10th day of Quar Month (Dushehra), a fair is held here. (Phone: +91-9919391740, Timings: 4am-9pm).
Roshan Shah Dargah
In the southern part of the city lies the Durgah of Roshan Shah, adjoining the Math of Nath Baba. Both these monuments symbolize their everlasting friendship & present an appreciable example of communal harmony. Every year after Moharram, the Urs of Roshan Shah is held which draws people of all religion, cast & creed.
Brahmine Sati Devi Temple
Located at a distance of about 500 mts. to the north east of Rasra railway station, this temple is supposed to be 200 years old and dedicated to Sati Mata. It is believed that due to super natural power of the Goddess, the rail track was diverted by the Britishers and the temple site was spared. Finally, a grand temple came up on the same site. Many fairs are held on different occasions such as on Navratri (both) & Shivratri day. (Timing: 3am-8pm)