Rohua Warisnagar is a village in the Samastipur district in Bihar, India.
It is divided into two panchayat: Rohua east and Rohua west. Agriculture is the main occupation of the villagers.
It is 25 square km(6600 acre) in area, with a population of 20,000, from 33 castes and sub-castes.
Rohua Warisnagar Wikipedia
The name of village has changed over time. Its original name was Warisnagar which means lord Vishnu. The name Rohua derived from its basics village which was at Varanasi ,UP.
Before 1669, Bengali lived there. In 1669, Anurudha Thakur and his family migrated from Varanasi and set up the village.