Ram Sita Vivah Mandap, Janakpur

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  • This temple has captured how Sita was married to Ram in a traditional setting. More could have been done to showcase how the marriage was done, the Mandap could have been decorated to show our... 
    This temple has captured how Sita was married to Ram in a traditional setting. More could have been done to showcase how the marriage was done, the Mandap could have been decorated to show our...  more »
  • In Hindu tradition, Groom and bride get married ( where they go around fire 7 times and exchange vows) under a small piece of the decorated roof having four pillars inside the marriage hall. It is... 
    In Hindu tradition, Groom and bride get married ( where they go around fire 7 times and exchange vows) under a small piece of the decorated roof having four pillars inside the marriage hall. It is...  more »
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  • This is one of the places you must visit while you are in Janakpur. It would have been really great, but broken and dirty glass makes it hard to see what is inside. You will be able to see most of the inside from the front door. But it would have been really cool to see everything from outside of the glass.
  • The place where Ram and Sita got married, Ram Janaki Vivah Mandap is visited by thousands of pilgrims to pay homage to Sita at the time of Vivah Panchami. The marriage day of Sita and Ram usually celebrated on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha or waxing phase of moon in November/December. The mandap is a gorgeous structure made of marble located in the southwest region of the Janaki Mandir. It resembles a part of a palace with sturdy pillars, elegant arches and stunning domes. __ Ram janaki bibah mandap, Historical place, This is the venue where the marriage of God Ram and Goddess Sita (Janaki) had attended. This is in Janakpur of Nepal .

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