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The land of Chitrakoot is full of many tourist places, if you ever go then definitely visit these places.


Chitrakoot Tourist Places: Situated on the banks of Mandakini River, Chitrakoot is one of the oldest pilgrimage places in India, which is not only the abode of faith but has also been said to have a very special significance since mythological times. This is a place which is also mentioned in the Indian religious book Ramayana, where it is said that Lord Shri Ram spent eleven and a half years of his exile with Goddess Sita and brother Lakshman at this place.

Chitrakoot Dham is a small tourist town located in the northern Vindhya range. It is located in Chitrakoot district of Uttar Pradesh state and Satna district of Madhya Pradesh state. There are many religious and tourist places in Chitrakoot and apart from this, the holy land of Chitrakoot is also full of many tourist places. In such a situation, if you are going to visit this holy place, then today we are going to tell you about many important places located here.

If seen, the most important thing in Chitrakoot is the circumambulation of Kamdagiri and the darshan of gods. However, apart from this, there are many other philosophical places where you can visit, about which we are going to tell you.

Places to visit in Chitrakoot(Chitrakoot Tourist Places)

  • Sitapur

For information, let us tell you that Sitapur is a small town situated on the banks of Payoshni. The old name of Sitapur was Jaisinghpur, this is the main settlement of Chitrakoot. Let us tell you that there are a total of twenty-four permanent ghats built here on Payoshni, out of which four main ghats are Raghavprayag Ghat, Kailash Ghat, Ramghat and Ghritkulwa Ghat.

  • Residence of Goswami Tulsidas

This holy ashram is situated on a high hill on the banks of river Valmiki. It is known from the stories of Lord Rama that after suffering 14 years of exile, when Lord Rama abandoned Mother Sita, she stayed at this place and gave birth to two boys named Luv and Kush.

  • Ram Ghat

Apart from this, Ram Ghat is the ghat where Lord Ram used to take bath daily. There is also Ram Bharat Milap temple on this ghat and the statue of Goswami Tulsidas ji is also on this ghat. Many religious activities go on in Ram Ghat built on the banks of Mandakini river.

  • Kamadgiri

There is a hill named Kamadgiri situated at a distance of about one and a half miles from Sitapur which is considered very sacred. It is said that it is not climbed but revolved around it. The circumambulation is approximately three miles, which is entirely a paved path.

Janaki Kund, Hanuman Dhara and Sita Rasoi

Let us tell you that Janaki Kund is situated on the banks of Mandakini river at a distance of about 2 kilometers from Ramghat. It is said that Sita, being the daughter of Janak, was called 'Janaki' and since Janaki used to take bath here, this place later became famous by the name of Janaki Kund. It is said that if you go near this place and climb up, the climb becomes less and after descending a little from here, there is Hanuman Dhara. From here a thin stream falls into the pond in front of Hanumanji and Sita Rasoi is 100 steps above the Hanuman stream.

  • Gupt Godavari

It is said that a perennial stream emerges from the rocks inside the Godavari Cave and flows into the Godavari River and disappears into another rock. Here, Sitakund is located 15-16 yards inside a dark cave. Due to darkness inside the cave, one has to carry a lamp. Another mysterious thing is that a huge rock is seen jutting out from the roof. It is believed that this is the remains of the giant demon Mayank.

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