District - Sitamarhi
Road- 1 ½ km away from the Sitamarhi Railway station
Circuit – Ramayana
About/ Importance - The legend of this place refers to the epic Ramayana and famous as the place where Sita was nursed under a shade in the ploughing filed where she was found as a new born by the King Janaka. This is a fairly big temple with a modern structure. The presiding deity of the temple is Sri Ram, Sita and Hanuman. A nearby tank famous as Janki Kund is where the King Janaka used to give bath to the baby Sita as is the belief of popular mythical tale. There is a big courtyard and provision for solar powered lights.
View & Feel – The large gateway of the temple warmly welcomes the visitors to this sacred place. Inside there is a spacious courtyard to accommodate a large gathering of devotees. As the impact of Ramayana is a predominant influence on the Hindus in Bihar, the temple is thronged by devotees around the year. The festival Ram Navami and Janki Navami are the holy festivals of this place.