Sheohar is an administrative district in the state of Bihar in India. The district headquarter is located at Sheohar and a part of Tirhut division. This district was carved out of Sitamarhi district in 1994.
The district occupies an area of 443 square km and has a population of 656,916 (as of 2011). Sheohar is known for its greenery and cleanest. Cadamba and teak are the principle trees of this district. Nilgai or blue bull is the regional animal of this area.
Agriculture is main source of occupation. It is one of the most flood affected district in Bihar due to over flooding of the Bagmati and Budhi Gandak rivers. Devkuli is a holy place popular for ancient temple of lord Shiva. As of 2011 it is the second least populous district of Bihar (out of 39), after Sheikhpura.
It is bounded by three districts. Sitamarhi is in the north and east ,East Champaran is in the west and Muzaffarpur is in the south.
Sheohar district has only one sub-division named sheohar.
Transportation mode from this district is Road only.