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Janaki Temple

Janakpur, Nepal
+977 41-522023
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good but ill mantained

it is beautiful temple but only thing that disappoints is that it is poorly maintained. lots of... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2015
oaks730
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New Delhi, India
Nice Place for religious tourists

Janki Temple at Janakpur is believed to be the place of wedding of Ram & Sita in the age of... read more

Reviewed 29 June 2015
Alok K
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Mumbai, India
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“mughal style” (3 reviews)
“lord rama” (2 reviews)
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Janakpur, Nepal
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+977 41-522023
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Reviewed 30 June 2015

it is beautiful temple but only thing that disappoints is that it is poorly maintained. lots of spiderwebs and temple priests asking for donation. the museum inside is also full of spider webs. This is a religious site of important hindu mythology and should be...More

Thank oaks730
Reviewed 29 June 2015

Janki Temple at Janakpur is believed to be the place of wedding of Ram & Sita in the age of Ramayana. The place is considered to be as holi as a couple can Marry here any day any time. The temple is of high religious...More

2  Thank Alok K
Reviewed 29 June 2015

Ganga Aarti is near the kund and not in the temple. People should ask about the carbon dated temples which is just behind the temple sanctum. These are carbon dated The Jhanki is also good.

Thank Sal2907
Reviewed 4 April 2015 via mobile

The temple is an example of old hindu architecture. The hindus visit this temple for religious reasons. The roads in the town are conjusted. There is a pond nearby the temple too. I have visited multiple times there.

4  Thank SanjaiShukla
Reviewed 2 March 2015

The most important attraction in Janakpur is this temple with imposing entrance. It is at its best during a festival.

3  Thank Vittorio Z
Reviewed 22 February 2015

Too garish with paint on cheap quality concrete molded features, not genuine stonework but only formwork. Was great people there and a very special day I was there as they try to clean up city on Democracy Day but plain fact is this city is...More

3  Thank TheBeeMan
Reviewed 7 February 2015

They need to install toilets as we couldn't stand seeing people using the toilet out in the open. It ruins the experience.

2  Thank wildwoman99
Reviewed 4 December 2014

this is a MUST if you visit Janakpur - which is the second major heritage city of Nepal - as the birthplace of Sita and home of numerous lakes/ponds. extraordinary building with great atmosphere and appearance

1  Thank 797david
Reviewed 23 October 2014

a very nice temple to visit. this is called residence of raja janak and sita maiya. thousand of pilgrims visit this temple from nepal and india. temple looks like a fort. total building in white colour gives coolness ti eyes.

Thank JAGDISHJAGDISH
Reviewed 5 June 2014

I had a long time wish to visit Janakpur to see Janaki Temple related to Goddess Sita and get a feel of a place where Lord Ram was married to Sita. It was more so to sense a religious history of a region where Saints...More

5  Thank Rak990
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