Sita Temple, Nuwara Eliya
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Colorful and extravagant in its design, Sita Temple allegedly marks the spot where Sita of the "Ramayana" fame was held captive by the demon king Rawana. The temple sits at the foot of a hill, approximately 1 km (0.62 mi) from Hakgala Botanical Garden. The statues and facades feature intricate gold decoration of Hindu iconography. Next to the temple, a stream flows over rocks marked by circular depressions supposedly made by Rawana's elephant. Arrange to visit Sita Temple and other attractions in Nuwara Eliya using our Nuwara Eliya travel itinerary maker.
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That is a nice temple. Les then 30 minutes from the main town. The place is fomous for god Hanuman's foot print
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Genuine Hindu temple in the Sri Lanka. Carved stone facade with industrial style shed roofing. Lots of different shrines to view. This is a beautiful Hindu temple to visit. Off street parking, very cl... read more »
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