Raham cave on the north of Satpahar, is supposed to be a refuge for the Tana Bhagats around the end of the 1 9th century. The cave has graffiti-type mandalas painted in red haematite.
Sidpa rock shelter to the west of Satpahar has enigmatic drawings of deer and bulls, and tattoo designs still used by tribal women. Another site on the road to Sidpa has hundreds of large stone blocks carved with designs of a female deity sitting on a lion's tail, churning butter and a hunter on horseback about to spear a stag.
Nautangwa cave shelter is in the Mahadeva or Mohundi range of the upper Damodar Valley. These include some of the finest animal forms and some charming figures like that of a mother chasing her son.
6 km before the town of Barkagaon, Barwadi Punkhri is Jharkhand's preeminent megalith site. The site lies within strange concentric circles with megalithic clusters around their rim. The surface of the site is strewn with flake tools and microliths.
Jain & Buddhist relics are also plentiful in Jharkhand. A kilometer to the east of Barwadi Punkhri one can see the remains of a Buddhist sanctuary with sculpted monuments.
Cave paintings are also found in Saraiya and Thetangi villages in Tandwa Block of Chatra district. The walls of the 6 caves in Tandwa are covered with interesting prehistoric paintings.
Kalhua Pahari in Chatra district is one hill that has archaeological ruins that speak of the confluence of the major religions. There is an ancient Durga temple where the deity is worshipped as Kaleshwari.