Sita Samahit Sthal Overview
A beautiful lake surrounds the periphery of the pristine white edifice forming the enchanting landscape of Sita Samahit Sthal. Not only is it an eminent pilgrimage site, but it is also a remarkable tourist attraction. Lying on the route from Varanasi to Prayagraj, this temple holds huge importance in Hindu mythology. Its origin is the etymology behind its name.

Legend says that this temple is built on the place from where Goddess Sita prayed Mother Earth to descend into her lap and disappeared into the ground. Hence, the main deity of this temple is Devi Sita, the wife of Lord Ram. You can also spot a tall statue of Lord Hanuman erected inside the complex.

Distance from Varanasi: 78.5 km

Best Time to Visit: Ram Navami
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