About Kamadgiri Temple
This is one of the most significant religious sites in the historic town of Chitrakoot. It is believed that the Kamadgiri Temple is located on the hill where Lord Ram, Lord Lakshman, and Goddess Sita dwelled during their exile.
Kamadgiri literally translates to ‘the hill that fulfills desires’, and hence, it is visited by pilgrims in huge numbers. The temple is surrounded by some other prominent Hindu temples, which makes the hill a religious center for Hindus.
The lush green hills in the backdrop of the temple make the sight of it mesmerizing, adding a sense of tranquility to the place. One must visit Kamadgiri during their visit to Chitrakoot.
Timings: 5 AM to 8 PM.
Entry fee: There are no charges to visit the temple.
Location: Kamta Mohalla, Sitapur, Chitrakoot.
Distance from Chitrakoot Bus Stand: 2.2 Km.
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