As the name suggests this is a cave with lot of stories floating atound. Enjoy the place and do not litter as others do
I had been warned that it is difficult to crawl through the gupha. Nothing like that. It is narrow, but there are steps on which you can sit and go down. Once there you can see why Ravana could not go in- There are two small rooms, one below the other. One has a shivaling which Sita worshipped. The walls... More
Was pleasantly surprised by the entrance to the temple, couldnt make out from outside that the entrance is through a cave. Despite the congested space and number of people visiting the place, the administration has managed to keep the main cave clean and peaceful. very spiritual experience
Not for claustrophobic people, but the place is very special that it's worth the effort of overcoming the fear and visiting!
Narrow tunnels leading to a guha where Sita was hiding. Difficult for senior citizens and disabled. Surrounded by five trees. Adjacent is a place from where Sita was abducted. There is a tree where people tie sacred thread for fulfilment of wishes.
Queues are LONG because visitors have to crawl down to the idols, and crawl back up. Do not send anyone where who is either elderly (post 70s) or 6 ft or more than 100kgs !
You have to go down through a narrow staircase, on all fours to reach the shrine where the Lord Ram, Lakshman and Sita idols are kept. It is believed to be the place where Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman lived partly during their exile before Sita was abducted by Raavan. Just outside you can see three of the famous five... More
Kalaram temple along with Sita Gumpha is a must visit in Nasik. Apart from the blissful darshan the experience of crawling through an extremely tiny and dark passage lies beyond my words...
This one is an amazing experience from the Epic "Ramayana". This is the place Lord Rama, Goddes Sita and Lakshmana spent most part of their exile. This is Panchvati, if you didn't know. You can see the 5 trees (the Panch (five) Vats. There is a KalaRam temple nearby. Sita Gupha is a cave where you need to enter by... More
A narrow congested staircase that existed from time immemorial leads to a slightly wider space which abodes a Shivalinga said to exist without any change from Ramayan era . Ram ,Laxman and sita idols are also present in another wider space .It is said that Sita was abducted from here by Ravana . The total area is under the shade... More
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