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RAMAVATAR KSHETRAS IN WEST BENGAL

Ahairi - Sitarama Mandir 

Mithila and its environs are soaked with Sita Rama mahima and its fragrance spread to the four quarters of India; and it can be said without least doubt of contradiction to the nooks and corners of the world. The sacrosanct place from where Sita is said to have emerged is called Sitamarhi. To perpetuate its timeless glory, many temples of worship sprang up then, and now in this area. All exuding the splendour of Hinduism. Among them, the holy temple built in the tiny village of Ahairi, commemorate s the event of Ahalya s sapavimochan; this pretty temple was built by Maharaja Chatrasingh Bahadur of Darbhanga. The majestic looking image of Sri Rama was installed and regular prayer services were introduced at his behest. In addition, an yearly Mela is being held in the month of Chaitra on Sri Ramanavami day. 1t attracts lakhs of people and lasts for several days, when many special types of worship is made. People's active participation raises its glory to enviable height. Due to its legendary significance, pilgrims normally visit this invariably during their yatra to these parts. 

It is in Chaira village of Darbhanga district of Bengal, connected by four wheelers.

 

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