Sirpur is known for its Buddha Vihar built through historic remains. The excavation also unearthed the remains made-up of bricks, having underground rooms. They have a tone blend of Gupta dynasty temple and residential building. There are mainly residential rooms, meditation room and study rooms and a six feet tall statue of Buddha touching the earth is installed inside the vihar. The place is also known as the meeting point of Awlokiteshwar and Makarwahini Gange. The inscription on these vihars had been built by one follower of Buddha Bhikshu Anandprabhu during the period of Mahashivgupta Buddha Balarjun. There were fourteen rooms in the vihar having a welcome gate with Dwarpals on other side carved in the stone pillars. The shelter of Anand-prabhu was also built near the vihar, as the inscription reveals. Another vihar also came into light through excavation which is known as Swastik Vihar. The Buddha idol, touching the Earth is installed here also.