Sitamarhhi is a town in the Indian state of Bihar. This place has its historical connections with the forgone times of Ramayana. Sitamarhi is said to be the birth-place of Goddess Sita, a central figure of Ramayana. Sitamarhi was born in the year 1972 after forking of Muzaffarpur district. It boasts a number of beautiful Hindu temples in its vicinity.
Sitamarhi is elevated 183 feet above the sea level and unrolls across an area of 2,294 sq. km. It is entrenched close to the Indo-Nepal border. The major portion of land of Sitamarhi is a jagged plain. Moderate-temperate is the nature of the climate of Sitamarhi. The median temperature during summers scales up to 39°C and falls down at 11°C during winters. Sitamarhi gets enough of rainfall with 1200 mm on the mid-point.
Sitamarhi is identified as a devout Hindu pilgrimage site. It is a home to a variety of Hindu temples. The enchanting shrines like Janaki Temple & Radha-Krishna Temple are visited by the devotees. Also, Sitamarhi is emerging as a picnic spot due to its alluring scenic destinations.