Kota to Sitabari



After reaching Kota in Rajasthan, tourists can go on an excursion from Kota to Sitabari. There are many tourist spots located near Kota. The tourists can visit these places if they arrange excursions from Kota. Sitabari is often visited by tourists and followers of Sita. This tourist spot is located at a distance of 120 km from Kota.

Sitabari is located near Kelwara village in the district of Baran in Rajasthan. Sitabari is associated with Hindu mythologies. Followers of Sita believe that she stayed in this place when Lord Rama abandoned her. While her stay in Sitabari, her two sons Lav and Kush were born to her.

As Sitabari is associated to Sita, this place is considered very sacred by the Hindus. If tourists undertake an excursion from Kota to Sitabari they can visit the temples of Sita and Laxman. These temples are ancient structures and the architecture of these temples is fascinating.

In recent times, Sitabari has become a popular picnic spot near Kota. Tourists from Kota love to spend an afternoon in this calm and serene place. Besides the ancient temples of Sitabari, tourists can visit the kunds located here. If the tourists come from Kota to Sitabari during May or June, they can also visit the tribal fair. This tribal fair in Sitapur is organized by the local people every year.



Last Updated on 07 December 2011




     


     

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