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Ramghat is the most important pilgrimage site of Chitrakoot located on the banks of River Mandakini. The importance of this place is so immense that the place Chitrakoot has almost become synonymous with Ramghat.Legend has it that Ram and Sita spent 11 years in exile...More
Wherever you are in Chitrakoot all day, come to Ramghat in the evening and believe me it will be memorable.take a boat ride and all the tiredness will be gone by the time the ride ends. Feel the spiritual atmosphere during the arti which is...More
You can take a boat tour in the evening after sunset. They will take you to the Ram temple on the other side for arathi, Hanuman temple and show the Mandakini arathi and drop you back. They may charge you Rs. 75/-. The trip could...More
Very good experience visiting this place with my family.there is a Arti in river Mandakini in every evening at 8pm.please reach there before 7.30pm book a nice boat do some boating while watching Arti in the ghat from boat.good experience,highly recommendid.
This area is not much developed.It has importance since Lord Ram spent few years of his exile.Mandakini river & famous Tulsi and Ram ghats yes it is the same place where tulsi das ji performed chandan tilak to sh ram. Good boats are available here....More
Chitrakoot is a ancient city
Chitrakoot Located at Up & Mp border the bank of River Mandakini. Lord Rama spent 14 years in exile and taking bath at Ram Ghat. Here a temple of Bharat Milap and statue of Sant Tulsidas.
Every evening there is...More
One of its kind of place , with the beautiful, ornate cladded boats, and the old temples, this is a nyc place to have a trip as a tourist.
This is a place with immense mythological significance.
The name describes it all.
What really heartbreaking...More