The Mundeshwari Devi Temple also spelled as Mundesi is located at Kaura in Kaimur district in the state of Bihar, India on the Mundeshwari Hills. It is an antiquated sanctuary devoted to the love of Lord Shiva and Shakti and is viewed as one of the most established Hindu sanctuaries in India. It is additionally considered as the most seasoned practical Hindu sanctuary of India. The data plaque raised by the Archeological Survey of India ASI at the site demonstrates the dating of the sanctuary to 625 CE. Hindu engravings dated 635 CE were found in the sanctuary.
The sanctuary is a secured landmark under ASI since 1915. It very well may be come to by street through Patna, Gaya, or Varanasi. The closest railroad station is at Mohania - Bhabua Road rail line station from where the sanctuary is 22 km by street. Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport, Varanasi is the closest airplane terminal, situated at a separation of 102 km from the Temple. Indian transporters including Air India, Jet Airways, Kingfisher Airlines, Spicejet, and worldwide bearers like Air India, Thai Airways International, Korean Air and Naaz Airlines work from here. Day by day flights to Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata are accessible from here.