23 Feb 2024
Known as the 'Place of Many Wonders', Chitrakoot nestles in the northern Vindhya range of mountains and has enchanting places to visit. Chitrakoot mountain range includes Kamad Giri, Hanuman Dhara, Janki Kund, Lakshman pahari, and Devangana which are famous religious mountains. It is believed to have got its name owing to the presence of 'Cheetal' (deer) in the region.
The city is known to be of great religious and connection with Ramayanya. According to folklore, Lord Ram and Sita spent eleven of their fourteen years of exile in the deep jungles of Chitrakoot. Hanuman Dhara, Sphatikshila, Bharat Milap temple, Gupt Godavari, Janki Kund, Param Kutir and Ram Ghat are therefore major attractions and fascinating places to see in Chitrakoot.
You must not forget to witness the 'Deep Daan festival' at Ram Ghat during Diwali and special celebrations on Ram Navmi on your visit to Chitarkoot. Devotees and tourists gather in large numbers to be a part of these cherished events. A spiritual retreat, this town is also said to be the meditation shrine of many legendary sages and is believed to be frequently visited by Gods and Goddesses. The hindu trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh are believed to have taken their incarnation in this city.
Kamadgiri, Yagya Vedi and Anasuya Ashram are some more tourist places in Chitrakoot to be visited. A unique sense of spiritual wonder, Chitarkoot makes you reimagine the prehistoric past in the present.
Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the Hanuman Dhara Temple has a wonderful fable that dates back t
There is an interesting story about the SphatikShila - the famous 'Crystal Rock' in Chitrak
Chitrakoot, a renowned location from the era of Ramayana, is spread across Madhya Pradesh a
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The temple at Bharat Milap marks the spot where Lord Bharata met Lord Ram to convince him to return to Ayodhya. Footprints of Lord Ram and his brothers can be seen inside the temple.
Legend has it that Lord Rama and Lakshman stayed here for some part of their exile. Gupt Godavari is a two cave system inside a mountain with knee-high water level.
Janki Kund is a beautiful water body which was known to be used by Sita for bathing during the exile.
A famous temple in Chitrakoot where Lord Kamtanath is worshipped as the Ishta Dev, the principal deity not only of Kamadgiri parvat but whole of Chitrakoot.?
The cottage built by Lord Lakshman for Lord Ram and Sita was known as Param Kutir and the temple today stands at the same site.
Located on the banks of the Mandakini River, devotees of Lord Ram consider this as a very holy spot and is believed to absolve one of his sins
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