Due to offering unparalleled beauty and great religious significance, Sitamarhi claims to be one of the major tourist attractions of Bihar. The city is situated on the western bank of the Lakhandai River. The city enjoys a great religious importance due to being associated with Hindu mythology. It is said that Sita, wife of Lord Rama, emerged from an earthen pot in Sitamarhi. The city beautifully depicts the charisma of its bygone era that has remained spotless until date. You can book Sitamarhi holiday packages to explore the exotic history of the place.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Janaki Temple (Sitamarhi):
Janaki Temple is one of the highly appreciated tourist attractions in Sitamarhi, near bus station. The temple is devoted to Goddess Sita. The idols of Lord Ram and Lakshman are also worshipped in the temple. This temple was built around 100 years ago and is decorated by a spring situated close to it.
Janaki Temple (Punaura):
Situated at a distance of 5-km to the southwest of Sitamarhi, this is another Janki Temple in the town dedicated to Goddess Sita. It is one of the popular places to be visited in Sitamrahi.
Panth Pakar is age-old banyan tree that is situated around 8-km northeast of Sitamarhi. This banyan tree has great religious significance as Sitaji has rested for a while under this particular banyan tree.
Goraul Sharif is a Muslim pilgrimage center, which is treated equally important as Bihar Sharif and Phulwari Sharif.