Two miles to the south of Podadiha is seen the peak of a hill, called SAIBRUKSHYA. The hill is about 500ft high. On the western side there are five caves, which look like five rooms from a distance. Tales narrate that the five Pandavas hid their arms in these five caves before proceeding to the court of the king Virata. On the Trayadashi Tithi that is the Baruni Day in the month of Chaitra, water running down the eastern side of the hill is believed to be sacred. Attracted by the sanctity of the water, people gather here from distant places during the time of Mela. Makar Sankranti which falls in mid-January is the most important festival of the place and another Mela is held here dusring this occasion.
At the foot of the hill, there is a monastery of a Babaji where the Bhagvat Purana and othe religious books are worshipped.
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