Boasting a spiritual legacy that very few cities in India can match, Chitrakoot is known to be of great religious and mythological significance. It is in the deep forests of Chitrakoot that Lord Ram and Sita spent eleven of their fourteen years of exile.
A regular feature in Indian folklore, Chitrakoot dates back to the mythological times and was the meditation shrine of many legendary sages and is believed to be frequently visited by Gods and Goddesses. Known as the ‘Place of Many Wonders’, Chitrakoot nestles in the northern Vindhya range of mountains. The place has a unique sense of spiritual wonder that will take you back to your childhood fairy tales and fables.
In case you have planned a trip to Chitrakoot during Diwali then don’t forget to witness ‘Deepdaan festival’ at Ram Ghat.