Stationed roughly 650 kilometers from the state’s capital, in Uttar Pradesh, the city is a blend of fine work in carpet making, mud and clay pots and toys and brassware with attractive serene views for the tourists. Besides being surrounded by several hills, it even headquarters the Mirzapur district. It is also prominent for the holy shrine Vindhyachal, Ashtbhuja and Kali Khoh and is also known for Devrahwa Baba Ashram. Mirzapur is also flaunted many natural spots and waterfalls. It has once been the largest district in Uttar Pradesh before the split with Sonebhadra.