Ever came close to an ancient period where you get goosebumps knowing what would have happened at that time?
Sita Samahit Sthal.
I am standing in the front of white marble Sita, covered in a plain light saffron sari, a red garland around her neck with a soothing expression on her face standing on a pile of rocks. There are engraved figures in the background telling the story of that time — a place where Sita took the tomb.
Located in Bhadohi district of Uttar Pradesh, the Sita Samadhi is a place of wonder. Surrounded by various types of plants, flowers, and the river there lies a white temple of Mata Janaki. It is believed that Sita lives here in a hut with her twin children, Luv and Kush.
The first thing that can be seen from Sitamarhi entrance is 108 feet statue of Lord Hanuman. On the walls, there are several carvings of Sita and Lord Rama, which reflects the story of Ramayana.
The fountains, greenery, the boat ride, and a full A.C restaurant cum guest house is a great combination of modern architecture.
It’s a profound experience that the place you are standing at is a witness of an epic moment.
Whenever I think of that place, I start getting goosebumps.