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Chitrakoot

Chitrakoot

Chitrakoot's spiritual legacy stretches back to legendary ages. It was in these deep forests that Ram, Godess Sita and his brother Lakshman spent eleven years and six months of their fourteen years of banishment. Great sages like Atri, Sati Anusuya, Dattatreya, Maharshi Markandeya, Valmiki and many renowned seers, devotees and thinkers meditated here and the principal trinity of the Sanatana dharma, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva visited this place according to Hindu legends.

Places to visit in Chitrakoot Uttar Pradesh

It is said that all the gods and goddesses came to Chitrakoot when Lord Rama performed the Shraddha ceremony of his father to partake of the Shuddhi (i.e. a feast given to all the relatives and friends on the thirteenth day of the death in the family). The first known mention of the place is in the Valmiki Ramyan, which is believed to be the first ever Mahakavya composed by the first ever poet. As Valmiki is said to be contemporaneous with (or even earlier than) Ram and is believed to have composed the Ramayan before the birth of Lord Ram, the antiquity of its fame can well be gauged.

When Bharat was asked by his ministers to take his seat upon the throne of Ayodhya, he refused and came to Chitrakoot to meet Lord Ram. Here at place called Bharat Milap, Bharat met Lord Ram and requested him to return to Ayodhya and rule; but Lord Ram would not. Then Bharat returned to Ayodhya and installed the sandals on the throne, and, living in retirement, carried on the government as their minister. Now Lord Rama decided for two reasons to leave Chitrakuta: first, inasmuch as hosts of rakshasas, out of hatred of him, annoyed the hermits of that place; and, secondly, because the host of men from Ayodhya had trampled and defiled the place; and, moreover, it reminded him too sharply of brother's grief and the citizens' and queen-mothers'. He went, therefore, with Sita and Lakshmana toward Dandakas forest.

Places of Interest:

  • Ram Ghat

  • Gupt Godavari Caves

  • Kamadgiri Temple

  • Sati Anusuya Temple

  • Hanuman Dhara Temple

  • Sphatik Shila'

  • Kamtaji Temple

  • Janaki Kund

  • Bharat Milap Mandir

  • Bharat Koop