The Rate of Janakpur Dham Tour:
By Bus Rs.4,000/-per person (25 to 30)Pax
By Scorpio Rs.5,500/-per person (7 to 8)Pax
Janakpur, the birthplace of Goddess Sita known as Janaki is the consort of Lord Ram. According to the Ramayan, the Ram Janaki temple in the Janakpur district belonged to King Janak. The main temple of Janaki is completely built-in white shining classical and classical architecture with a beautiful Mithila style. At the time King Janak ruled the region, his daughter Janaki (Sita) during swoyambhar chose Lord Ram as her husband and became the queen of Ayodhya. The legend says that a golden image of Goddess Sita was found in the area and lived there. The temple dedicated to him, a temple was built in 1657 exactly where the statue was found. Their wedding venue is preserved near a large temple called Ram Janaki Bibaha Mandap.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Janakpur Dham is an important and holy place for Hindu pilgrimage. Every year, thousands of pilgrims from different parts of Nepal, India, Sri Lanka and other countries visit the Ram Janaki Temple to worship Lord Ram and Goddess Sita. Grand celebrations are held in Janakpur on Ram Navami, Bibaha Panchami, Dhahran and Tihar. Besides the main Janaki temple, Ram Mandir, Laxman Mandur, Bibaha Mandap, and Lake Ganga Sagar, the nearby Dhanusa Sagar temple is the most visited pilgrimage site. Dhanusa Dham, about 25 km from the main Janaki temple, is another pilgrimage site in Janakpur. Janakpur is located 225 km south of Kathmandu and 20 km from the Indian border.