Timings : Most of the temples close by 10 in the night and open early morning. It is best to visit the religious spots in-between those times. You can visit these religious places at any time of the day but it is best to visit them during the evening time or the morning time. The crowd will be less during the evening time and your travel will be more comfortable as the weather would be pleasant too.
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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Sitamarhi, a town and the district headquarters of the Sitamarhi District in Bihar is the birthplace of the wife of Lord Ram, Sita. Bordered by Nepal in the North, Muzaffarpur in the south, Champaran and Sheohar in the west and Darbhanga and Madhubani in the east, Sitamarhi is a town of great historical importance and has a large number of modern tourist attractions. Rivers like Baghmati, Aghwara, Lakhandei and Manusmara flow through the Sitamarhi District and the northern part of Sitamarhi District is located in the foothills of the Himalaya. The place has a moderate climate and is rich in alluvial soil. Sitamarhi is filled with spots of religious, historic and modern tourist attractions.
According to mythology, Mata Sita was born in an earthen pot under the land of the Sitamarhi district. Janaki Temple at Sitamarhi, Janaki Temple at Punaura, Deokuli, Haleshwar Sthan, Baghi Math, Goraul Sharif, Shukeshwar Sthan, Bodhayan-Sar and Sabhagachhi Sasaula are the places you must travel to on your visit to Sitamarhi. Sitamarhi has a rich culture of folk arts, dance and music. It is well known for its lac bangles and the world-renowned Madhubani paintings are painted in many places of this district.
Air: One can reach Sitamarhi by air also. The nearest airports will be at Patna, Janakpur and Muzzafarpur. You will have to take a taxi from there to reach Sitamarhi.
Rail: Several trains such as Mithilanchal Express, Lichchavi Express, etc. are available that stop at the Sitamarhi railway station.
Road: Buses are available to reach Sitamarhi by road. Taxis are also available to reach Sitamarhi.
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