Friday, 24 June 2011

Sitamarhi, Bihar





The Sitamarhi district came into existence in the year 1972 after it was separated from the present Muzaffarpur district. Sitamarhi is situated in the northern part of Bihar. The district headquarter is located at Dumra, which is five kilometers south of Sitamarhi. The district is popularly known as the “Land of Goddess Sita”.

The Sitamarhi district is bounded by Nepal on the north, Muzaffarpur on the south, by the districts Darbhanga and Madhubani on the east and on the west by the districts East Champaran and Sheohar. The important rivers flowing through the district are Bagmati, Lakhandei, Adhwara Group

Attractions

Important places to visit are Janaki Temple at Sitamarhi, Janaki Temple at Punaura, Deokuli, Haleshwar Sthan, Panth-Pakar, Bodhayan-Sar, Bagahi Math, Pupri, Goraul Sharif, Shukeshwar Sthan, Sabhagachhi Sasaula

Janaki Temple, Sitamarhi

Deokuli


Haleshwar Sthan

Panth-Pakar

Baba Nageshwar Nath

Bagahi Math
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