Dhanusha Dham

Dhanusha Dham

During the Sita swayamvar, the bow was broken into three pieces by Ram, One-piece fell into Dhanushadham, one piece to Pataal (Down to the earth), and one piece to heaven. Thus millions of visitors are corn-ing to visit Dhanushadham. This temple has a peepal tree older than five hundred years. A large piece of the bow is seen under this tree. It is now turned into a stone. The bow piece is growing to the east. A lot of devotees visit Makra Sakranti and Ramnavami, Vivah Panchami festivals. Other temples here include Shri Ram Janaki temple, Subbakut-ti, and Shri Sitaram Dhun Ashram. Baan Ganga has its own spiritual importance in this place.
The temple also has a water hole that is always filled with water, which is called Pattal Kunda It is always filled with water and is also called a measure of the aro-ma of the region. In this kunda, if the water level goes down, there is a famine, but water is ok then there is a popular belief that everything is ok.

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