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Sitabani Temple Wildlife

Sitabani Temple - Wildlife

Uttarakhand which is the land of a thousand temples has proven to be a pious and spiritual attraction since ancient times. Since the very past, all sages and saints have been walking to the Himalayan dwelling of Lord Shiva in order to seek blessings from the almighty.

There are more than a few centuries old shrines and temples located in Uttarakhand that are well-regarded and honored by the devotees.

The Sitavani Temple is located at a distance of about 20 kilometers from Ramnagar. 

Ramnagar is located in the Nainital district of Kumaon area of the state of Uttarakhand on the banks of River Kosi River at a height of 345 meters above sea level.

If you are coming from Ramnagar by taking the way to kaladhungi road to sitani, you must turn left to reach the Sitabani temple.

Ramnagar is very well connected by Delhi through buses on a normal basis and the closest railway station is also located in Ramnagar itself that connects Jim Corbett to different cities.

Ramnagar is not only the starting point of Kumaon hills but it is also one of the gateways that lead to the famous Jim Corbett National Park. This place has lucratively enticed tourists and adventure junkies.

This ancient temple is located in the Jim Corbett National Park near the Kota range of Corbett in the Sitabani zone being almost 30 kilometers away from Sitabani.

 The approximate time it might take for a person to explore the temple is about 30 minutes and not to worry as Jim Corbett is greatly connected with all the major northeastern cities via motor able roads. 

 The temple is beautiful and an ideal place for acquiring peace and tranquility. Also, a fair is planned each year on the positive day of Ramnavami when thousands of visitors attend the fair. 

The composition of the temple makes it strikingly beautiful monument so, do pay a visit to this temple for an exceptional experience. 

A visit to the Sitavani Temple should definitely be in every religious travelers list and if you make a trip to the Jim Corbett National Park, you must not miss this temple. Not at all forget to capture some amazing pictures as this temple has an enchanting view. 

This temple is devoted to Sita who is the female protagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana. Its involvement with the Ramayana is praised by legends that state that Sita who is the protagonist of Ramayana used to spend her days in exile during the episode of agnipariksha.

Legend has it that she spent her days in exile after agni pariksha after which she lived in this place only with her sons Luv and Kush.

This ancient temple is surrounded by lush and evergreen forests accompanied by a small stream of fresh water flowing past it which makes the entire place scenic and mesmerizing.

The Sitabani temple in Jim Corbett is absolutely an ideal destination to spend a great time with your family as well as dear ones. Do not miss to enjoy all the major attractions of this famous tourist destination. Loose yourselves in the tranquility that you will receive on visiting the Sitabani temple in Corbett. Take pleasure in all the popular interests and bring back more than just a few moments and enjoy the attractions of this popular tourist spot. 

The Sitabani temple is not only a place for tourism but it will also enable you to soak yourself in a self-indulgent moment. Discovering this epic and antique temple is absolutely one of the best ways to create memories with your family and dear ones to cherish for quite a long time.

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